Posted by ZuLaiShah in Pregnancy on Saturday, October 08, 2011
Salam to all..
While waiting for my hubby to fetch me, i just update few things.
I'm already 22 weeks or week 23 or 5 1/2 months. My bump is getting bigger and bigger. Heavier and heavier. Sometimes i felt my tummy super heavy! There are symptoms that I'm facing now.
Fetal activity: You may be getting used to feeling your baby’s movements in the womb. Cherish these light kicks now before they get more pronounced (and painful) and before your little mover and shaker gets a foot caught in your ribs! >> baby sangat super active! sampai sesak nafas ok!
Hearty appetite: It’s perfectly normal to find yourself wanting to devour the contents of your kitchen cabinets and fridge (you have a growing baby to feed!). So try to stock your home with healthy snacks such as fruit, cut-up veggies, nuts, and whole-wheat crackers. >> haha. Alhamdulillah murah rezeki. Everyday ada jek makanan org bagi. :D
Bloating: If you can’t seem to shake that ate-too-much feeling, you’re experiencing the effects of progesterone. The hormone causes the gastrointestinal tract to relax and slow down digestion, so that the nutrients from the foods you eat have more time to enter your bloodstream and reach your baby. Help keep things moving through your system (and out of your already bulging belly) by drinking plenty of water. >> mmg ada especially lps makan. Rasa cam nk meletop perut ni!
Forgetfulness: Are you consistently forgetting your keys, appointments, and where you parked the car? “Pregnancy brain” is likely caused by those pesky pregnancy hormones — and since it’s completely normal (and temporary), try to laugh it off and refrain from being too hard on yourself. >> haha. ni mmg dh start dari awal lg pelupanye!
Snoring: This fairly common (and annoying) pregnancy symptom can disrupt your sleep and your partner’s. Partly due to nasal congestion (caused by extra weight and swollen mucous membranes in your nose), you can alleviate the nighttime nasal noises by wearing a nasal strip at bedtime and running a warm-mist humidifier in your bedroom. >> Ni tak sure la kan. have to ask hubby.
Tingling hands (carpal tunnel): Swelling during pregnancy can put pressure on nerves in the wrists and cause the aching and tingling associated with carpal tunnel syndrome. If you work at a computer all day, take frequent hand-stretching breaks and make sure your wrists are straight and your elbows aren't higher than your hands when you’re at your desk. >> kakiku bengkak kalo byk berjalan...lain2 alhamdulillah ok.
Bleeding gums: Reduce irritation to your gums (which are swelling more than usual these days due to hormones), by avoiding chewy sweets, brushing and flossing regularly, and visiting the dentist at least once while you’re expecting. >> ni ada gak ni but very rare happen.
Ok la, Happy Saturday! Nak g sopping pasni :)
Source: What To Expect