Tips Traveling While Pregnant

Because the body condition of pregnant women are vulnerable and easily tired, careful planning is essential. Should not be traveling to several places at once but one place (so not easily tired). Avoid traveling in a tour given solid touring schedule and in a hurry. Plan your own travel schedule so you can set the amount of rest required. Intersperse exhausting activities with relaxing, such as reading, watching a movie or take a nap.

Medical history such as blood group card, medical records were being undertaken, history of drug allergy, etc., you need to take. So can medications you are currently taking as well as a backup prescription from a doctor if at any time you need to buy additional drugs while on the move.

Before you go, ask your doctor is there any medication that needs to be taken in anticipation in case something emergency. Write down the names and addresses and phone numbers in order to contact your doctor if necessary.

Some of these tips may help you solve a variety of common complaints and normally encountered during pregnancy. Complaints are commonly found during pregnancy and treatment:

Whitish

Hormonal changes in trimester 1, 2, and 3 are responsible for the emergence of whiteness. Symptoms: clear colorless and odorless. If the discharge is not accompanied by the smell or yellow-green, normal vaginal discharge occurs.

How to handle? Avoid the use of soap vagina. Also avoid using tight underwear made from nylon, and tight pants.

Fatigue

In addition to white, trimester 1 and 3, the mother is also susceptible to fatigue, which is generally caused by the need for higher energy during pregnancy or emotional stress. Symptoms that occur are quickly feel tired and often feel sleepy during the day. Or mothers sometimes feel drowsy sleep longer at night.

How to handle? Get plenty of rest, exercise regularly, you should only mild (do not overdo it), go to bed earlier than usual.

Varicose veins

Varicose veins usually arise from being overweight or genetic factors (heredity), often exacerbated by the attitude of the body (such as prolonged standing or sitting with legs crossed). Varicose veins usually occur in the first trimester, 2, and 3. Varicose veins have symptoms: blood vessels (veins) in the legs or thighs look swollen and sore.

How to handle? Rest with your feet placed in a higher place. Use the special stockings to help prevent or reduce the severity of varicose veins increases.

Brown patches on the skin

During pregnancy, normal brownish patches on the skin or stomach. These complaints usually disappear after delivery.

How to handle? Avoid direct sunlight to the affected skin, use sunscreen if necessary. Use brown spotting undercover to beautify the skin.

Bleeding Gums

The gums become soft and easily wounded in the current pregnancy trimester 1, 2, and 3. Usually the gums become inflamed, and the plaque will be collected at the base of the teeth. The result can happen gum disease and tooth decay. Symptoms: Bleeding gums, usually after brushing your teeth.

How to handle? Be careful when brushing gisi. Do not rub too hard and avoid rub the gums
If the complaint is severe, to the dentist.

Difficult bowel / constipation

Generally occurs during pregnancy trimester 1, 2, and 3). Pregnancy hormone progesterone makes the intestinal muscles are more relaxed and slow bowel movements so that bowel movements more difficult. Symptoms: less frequent bowel movements, and dirt l