Daily health care for pregnant mothers in the 19th week of pregnancy

Fetal movement is obviously fetal movement, which is the movement of muscles and bones in various parts of the fetus. The manifestations include rolling, kicking, burping and breathing movements, etc., and can be most obviously felt by pregnant mothers. Normal fetal movement is a symbol of vitality. Its appearance is like the fetus reporting to its parents: \”I am in good condition.\” The fetal movement first appears in the middle of the lower abdomen, and the obvious feeling is: as if gently holding a bird in the hand. , a rapid, short-lived, limited feeling that arises when you are struggling to escape. The number of fetal movements varies depending on the gestational age. In the early stages of pregnancy, fetal movements are weaker and less frequent, and gradually increase after 18 weeks of pregnancy. The frequency of activity reaches its peak at 29 to 38 weeks of pregnancy, and then decreases slightly until delivery. Each fetus has its own rhythm and frequency of fetal movements, and the number of fetal movements per day is generally 30 to 40 times. Fetal movements are less in the morning, uniform at 8 to 12 am, and then gradually decrease, reaching the lowest level at 2 to 3 pm, and increasing to the maximum at 8 to 11 pm. The average daily fetal movement is 3 to 5 times per hour, and a continuous count of more than 30 times in 12 hours indicates that the fetus is in good condition. Pregnant mothers should count fetal movements for one hour at 8 to 9 p.m. every day. Individual differences in pregnant mothers\’ emotions and fetal movements are already revealed during the fetal period. Some are quiet and some are lively. This is related to both the innate nerve type and the environment inside and outside the fetus. Under normal circumstances, fetal movement is a good thing. It not only tells you that the fetus is developing normally, but also indicates that the child\’s various movements such as grasping, holding, crawling, and sitting will develop faster after birth. However, it should be noted that pregnant mothers may be overly nervous or extremely emotional. Fatigue, excessive abdominal pressure, etc. can make the fetus restless and produce violent activities. This reaction is a bad sign. It can not only cause miscarriage and premature birth, but also easily cause fetal malformation or abnormal behavior of the baby after birth. bring adverse effects. Sudden changes in a pregnant mother\’s mental state, such as fright, fear, sadness, severe stimulation, or excessive mental stress caused by other reasons, can cause an imbalance in the balance between the cerebral cortex and internal organs. If the fetus is restless for a long time and consumes too much physical energy, it is often about 1 kilogram lighter than the average baby at birth. For example, if a pregnant mother is in a bad mood within 3 weeks after having an argument with someone, during this period, the number of fetal movements will double. The mother\’s emotions are suppressed for a long time during pregnancy, and the baby often suffers from physical dysfunction after birth, especially the digestive system function is prone to disorders. In addition, high nerve tension increases the excitability of the cerebral cortex of pregnant mothers, causing the cerebral cortex to lose balance with the internal organs, which will also affect the normal development of the fetus. More activities are beneficial to normal delivery. Exercise during pregnancy can increase the probability of natural birth and reduce the rate of unnecessary cesarean section. Exercise can strengthen the cardiopulmonary function of pregnant mothers, strengthen their physical strength, make them less likely to feel tired, strengthen their muscles, and improve their pain tolerance. Through exercise, they can become familiar with how to adjust their breathing. Therefore, it can make the labor process smoother, shorten the labor process, and reduce the pain during childbirth. Exercise during pregnancy can help pregnant mothers have smooth blood circulation and good metabolic function, promote sound placental function, and deliver sufficient oxygen to the baby. Fetal metabolism is also faster, reducing the chance of fetal distress. Pregnant mothers who maintain exercise habits have good physical fitness and postpartumRecover quickly and have energy when taking care of the baby.

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