During pregnancy, women undergo a lot of transformation in their bodies. Swelling in specific parts of their body such as feet, hands, neck ankles, and even nose is common to most women.
While in the first trimester, most women experience complications like loss of appetite, nausea, mood swings, increased urination and even feeling tired.
However, swelling of nose during pregnancy is a terrific experience. It is linked to hormonal changes in the body whereby their is increased blood flow which normally occurs in the third trimester of the pregnancy.
According to research a woman's nose return to its normal size after child birth within 40 days. The swelling of nose can be prevented by:
1. Drinking plenty of hydrating fluids
2. Elevating your head with extra pillows while sleeping.
3. Taking a warm shower
4. Avoiding processed food
Pregnancy care is important especially if you want a healthy infant. Antenatal clinics is also advised to pregnant women to examine the growth of the unborn child.
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