Physiology of pregnancy

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Pregnancy — Challenging time in a woman's life. During this period, her body is undergoing significant physiological changes and hormonal changes that allow for the proper development of the fetus, as well as to prepare for the birth and nursing.

In-First, all the organs and systems of women lies the increased load. If the expectant mother is healthy, organism easy to handle, but in the case any deviation increases the risk of exacerbation of chronic diseases, and the risk of complications. To prevent these violations pregnant should regularly be observed not only by a gynecologist, but also a physician, and if necessary — to attend more specialists.

In-Secondly, during pregnancy in a woman's form new structures — the placenta, fetal membranes, umbilical cord, amniotic fluid. They provide the vital functions of the fetus and its relationship with the mother. The status of all of these structures is important, so is evaluated regularly by the doctor — especially with the help of ultrasound.

Third, in pregnancy vary parameters of blood, urine, etc. So do not bump into a panic if the test results are significantly different from the usual "rules". Many of the changes are quite logical and consistent "standards" for pregnant women. Competent and attentive gynecologist can correctly decode and analysis to distinguish quite harmless variations from serious abnormalities requiring further intervention.

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