1. Discharge from the Vagina
During pregnancy, it is normal for a clear white or yellowish discharge to come out of your henital area. This fluid will continue to drain for several days after delivery and is harmless as long as it does not smell bad and does not cause itching or burning sensations. This discharge can be caused by an increase in quantity hormone produced by the body and circulating blood in the vagina. To overcome this, you can use a thin bandage to cover the underwear you are using. It is better if you also avoid the use of feminine washing soap because it can cause irritation.
2. Accidentally wet the bed when laughing out loud or sneezing
During pregnancy, you are required to drink lots of water and other fluids so that your fluid and nutritional needs can be met. This of course also has an effect on increasing the amount of fluid collected in your bladder. And along with getting bigger embryo growth in the womb, the position of the bladder is also depressed. As a result, you often get out of control or accidentally wet the bed when you laugh out loud or sneeze. To overcome this, you should often go to the bathroom to urinate even though there is no strong urge to do so. The more often you hold your pee, the greater your chances of accidentally peeing when you laugh or sneeze. You can also use a rather thick bandage and carry some spare underwear in your bag to avoid if you don’t have the opportunity to pee because you are at an important meeting or are on the road. In addition to the preventive measures above, you can also try doing super Kegel exercises to train your vaginal muscles.
3. Sweating profusely
During pregnancy, most of you will feel very hot and sweat a lot. Even the little activities you do sometimes will make you feel very hot and really sweaty. What caused this? When you are pregnant, the metabolism that occurs in the body is much higher than usual. In addition, the circulation of blood in a greater amount that occurs in your body also makes the body warmer. So, only by removing this sweat, your body can reduce the heat in the body. To overcome this, you can use powder or deodorant under your armpits and use maternity clothes which is comfortable and breathable.