You will start planning and preparing as soon as you get to know you are pregnant. It will bring you joy like no other, to know that you are going to have a baby very soon. But, very few are actually aware that there are some gross factors involved in the journey of pregnancy. Many women only come to know about these facts once they progress in their pregnancy. So, here are 8 pregnancy secrets no one tells you.
Most women develop painful acne in various parts of the body. These acnes can be worse than the ones you get in your teenage years. Some women might have clear skin all through pregnancy, but develop acne post delivery.
Morning sickness and nausea
These are the most common symptoms of being pregnant. Most pregnant women face this problem. In most cases, the sickness reduces and stops after the first trimester. For some women, this might be so severe that they get hospitalized due to dehydration caused by the sickness.
Snoring and drooling
Even if you have never snored before, chances are you will once you get pregnant. Snoring can sometimes get very loud and annoying. Some will also drool making the hair and pillow wet.
Frequent bathroom visits
It’s a given that pregnant women tend to pee a lot. So, its also understood that the bathroom is the place you spend most of the time, apart from your bedroom. Some pregnant women can even have constipation problems due to consumption of prenatal vitamins.
Pregnant women have gas problems. They tend to fart a lot due to this. Some may experience unbearable gas pains. You might want to learn the art of farting.
Pregnant women tend to sweat a lot, all the time. Sweat can get stained on clothes and even on the bed sheets. Be prepared.
Body pain and tiredness
You will face body pain, headache, backache, and tiredness throughout pregnancy, making you less active and leaves you feeling sick.
Heightened sense of smell
Some women feel that their sense of smell became more powerful than ever when they were pregnant. Some may not be able to tolerate certain smells and feel a strong aversion towards them.