19th week of pregnancy And pregnancy symptoms

19th week of pregnancy

What you need to know about the 19th week

If you are pregnant for the first time, you will probably understand the movement of the fetus from this week.

At first this movement will be felt so lightly, many feel as if a bubble is forming inside the abdomen or something very small is moving. However, in the weeks ahead, the baby’s existence will gradually become clearer, and you will begin to feel the kick of his little feet. Read our article to know more about fetal movement.

Sleep problems can occur during pregnancy for a variety of reasons. Many pregnant women do not feel comfortable sleeping in their normal position at this time. If this is the case for you, you can try to sleep in a comfortable position at your own convenience, lying on one side or lying on a pillow with the weight of your stomach. Light yoga or meditation before going to bed can also help you sleep. 

In addition to sleep problems, other symptoms that may occur at this time are:

  • Stretch Marks
  • Excessive tiredness and sleep problems,
  • Swelling or bleeding gums,
  • Headache,
  • Abdominal pain,
  • In some cases, mild bleeding from the nose, 
  • Flatulence and constipation,
  • Indigestion and heartburn,
  • Chest pain when pressed,
  • Leg pain,
  • Feeling uncomfortable or shortness of breath in mild or slightly hot weather,
  • Dizziness,
  • Watery or swollen limbs,
  • Inflammation or infection of the urinary tract,
  • Vaginal infections 
  • Spots on the skin of the face or other parts of the body,
  • In many cases, the hair on the head becomes thicker and blacker than before.

Things to keep in mind: 

  • From the moment you begin to understand the movements of the fetus, keep an eye on the type of movement. Babies usually move in a certain pattern or pattern inside the abdomen until they are born. If you feel that the baby is moving less than usual, you should see a doctor immediately. 
  • Pre-eclampsia is the name of a serious problem of pregnancy. Learn more about this and be aware of the dangers of pregnancy. 
  • Try to eat more iron-rich foods, such as fish, meat, pulses and green vegetables, to meet the body’s increased need for iron during pregnancy. Adequate intake of vitamin C-rich foods, such as pickled fruits.

How the fetus is growing

By 19 weeks your baby is about 15.3 centimeters or 6 inches tall. At this time the baby weighs about 240 grams. 

This week the baby’s full / adult teeth begin to form. These are in the back row of pre-formed milk teeth. However, all the teeth are still covered with skin. The first baby teeth are seen at 6 months of age after birth. And after a few years, the milk teeth fall out and the full teeth gradually appear.

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