Pregnancy is an exciting time, and your body is going through lots of changes. Unexpected symptoms or brand new discomfort can be worrying.
1. As your body goes through significant changes, sometimes you’ll feel uncomfortable. As your baby grows, you carry more weight in your belly, and your other organs are pushed out of the way. This can lead to some common causes of abdominal pain during pregnancy that are easily managed and will likely go away on their own:
2. Digestive problems.
Your baby puts a lot of pressure on your stomach and intestines, especially in the second and third trimester.
Digestive pain in your stomach may be anything from gas to bloating to constipation.
:If your pain seems to be linked to when you eat, then focus on drinking lots of water and adding more fiber to your diet.
3. Strained muscles.
Most women gain anywhere from 25 to 35 pounds during their pregnancy to support their baby. This weight, combined with the effects of your hormones on your muscles and ligaments, can easily lead to strained muscles in your back, sides, and abdomen. Muscle strain pain generally feels tender and sore and stays in the area of the pulled muscle.
:try doing pregnancy exercises that involves stretching your abdomen without laying on your back from long
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