• At what time toxicosis is most easily tolerated.

    For some women, pregnancy becomes a real test. Unexpected bouts of vomiting, severe weight loss, nausea from the usual odors - even if the woman herself does not experience this during pregnancy, she always has a couple of familiar “lucky girls” for whom the childbearing turned out to be a real agony because of the ongoing toxicosis.

    How can toxicosis occur?

    The so-called "classic" manifestations of toxemia include symptoms such as vomiting, nausea, especially in the morning and on an empty stomach. Salivation and depressed mood, disturbed well-being, bouts of irritation, drowsiness and weight loss are also manifestations of toxicosis. These symptoms are considered relatively mild, but more serious disorders of well-being can occur - dermatosis, vasomotor rhinitis, bronchial asthma, and other rather serious conditions that, if adversely affected, may even threaten the life of a pregnant woman. Fortunately, they are very rare.
    In general, toxicosis of pregnant women occurs in the first trimester. In the early stages of pregnancy, the body of a woman is not yet used to cope with the load, and sometimes toxic manifestations are mistaken for toxicosis — for example, signs of poisoning or pressure fluctuations. Some women are generally convinced that during pregnancy they will constantly experience mild nausea or suffer from headaches. Sometimes it really happens, but if the bad state of health does not take on a pronounced character, there is no danger for neither the mother nor the baby.
    Another thing is when a woman’s well-being is constantly deteriorating, she is constantly vomiting or nauseated, she cannot eat and as a result loses weight. In this state of affairs, it is necessary to consult a doctor as soon as possible. Toxicosis should not make serious violations in the life of the future mother.

    When is toxicosis better tolerated?

    The emergence of toxicosis is much easier to tolerate in the cool season than in hot weather. In the absence of heat, the pregnant woman is less tormented by edema, and almost no nausea. If the last months of pregnancy fall in the fall or winter, the woman often perceives toxicosis as a slight inconvenience. It may not even begin.
    It is more efficient to cope with both early and late toxicosis in the fall. At this time, a large amount of vitamins is available, there is no suffocating heat, and the risks of catching a cold and getting sick are minimal. With careful attention to physical exertion, pressure surges are not terrible, which means that more strength remains in stock in order to endure and give birth to a healthy baby.

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