12 Facts Nobody Talks About During Pregnancy

12 Facts Nobody Talks About During Pregnancy
August 25 17:46 2017

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Do you think you know everything about pregnancy? You might be wrong, especially if it is your first time. There are many things that nobody talks about pregnancy and here is a list which will provide you an insight on the same. If you are experiencing any of these, blame it on the pregnancy hormones and the prenatal medication which are responsible for most of these issues.

1. Heartburn is here to stay:

You will feel that heartburn is a forever thing. Some women experience it more than others. If you feel that it is causing too much trouble, try to eat smaller dinners at regular intervals than eating a big dinner at night. Also, wait for some time after dinner and do not sleep immediately. It can ease the heartburn in many cases.

2. Facial Hair:

You might suddenly start growing facial hair during pregnancy. It is something that no one would like to have, and they will not even discuss it with others.

But it is a fact, and the raging hormones in your body can cause hair growth on your face. Do not worry too much and manage it with a waxing kit. It is not permanent though, and will subside with time.

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3. Constipation:

Even if you have never faced it, you will have to go through this pain during your pregnancy. It is due to the uterus growing in the body that adds pressure on your bowels. Make simple changes to your diet and add more fiber and drink lots of water to counter this problem.

4. Drooling:

You might be surprised at the uncontrollable drooling, especially during nighttime. It is very common and happens due to the hormones producing more saliva. However, there is nothing to worry about this issue, and it will not cause much harm except spoiling your pillow covers.

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5. Burp:

You may start burping like crazy, and you can’t do anything about it. It is normal during pregnancy and blame it on the gas and pregnancy hormones combined with all the prenatal medication.

Even though it looks a bit awkward, there is nothing unhealthy about this, and you should stop worrying too much about it. It will go away with time, and you can help it by avoiding any fizzy drinks.

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