Cramping in Pregnancy

Many pregnant women suffer from colic , these range in intensity from woman to woman and if there are some pregnant women who experience cramps throughout their pregnancy others feel this problem almost any pregnancy.

Cramping in Pregnancy

The cramps are quite common, happen because the weight of the belly press muscles, ligaments, veins and other tissues causing malaise in most donates cases colic are greatly improved if you change your position, but they are accompanied by other symptoms, such as fever , bleeding, vomiting and pain may be a symptom of another problem and should quickly seek your doctor.

Tips for Ending Colic in Pregnancy

If you feel cramps sit or lie down with your feet slightly raised, attach a cushion if necessary.

Put a bag of hot water in the back, the hot water can relieve some of the cramps.

Be careful with your food, some foods cause gas and can aggravate colic, avoid foods like broccoli, beans and if milk is lactose intolerant, you should still avoid drinks with gas.

The cramps can happen from the beginning of pregnancy, but with the increase of weight and growth of the belly can become more uncomfortable more towards the end of the gestation, the preparation of the body for the moment of the childbirth can provoke pain similar to the colic.

Causes for Colic in Pregnancy

Cramps are common in most pregnant women, if they persist after some resting time, or if they are accompanied by other symptoms such as bleeding, diarrhea, fever, chills should consult your doctor immediately. Colic can be a symptom of other problems such as:

  • Food poisoning
  • Appendicitis
  • Virose
  • Kidney stones
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Gallstones

Tips for Avoiding Colic in Pregnancy

Eat a balanced and healthy diet.

Drink lots of water, water is very important, you should drink at least 1.5l of water a day.

Make small meals throughout the day so as not to overload your digestive system.