As you all know pregnancy is the real thing and very hard throughout your 9 months. Your body will change, your feelings and just getting tired and moody, but hold on cause you will receive the best gift ever. Your baby! I will be sharing different things to being pregnant within this post. So grab a seat and read.
One of the biggest topics for new mothers is can I drink during pregnancy. Well I never did and I have 6 children, my firsts was twins. There are really two sides for this question. Some say it is alright in moderation and some say NO! Well the CDC states that no amount of alcohol during pregnancy is safe. In fact, they also recommend against drinking any alcohol when trying to get pregnant. So give this question a real answer. Think of it this way: would you let your baby drink alcohol? Rum? Vodka? Tequila?
Which way do you go?
Now on to another topic that I know a lot of pregnant women get and I certainly did. As you know our bodies change, so as I know that pregnant women get hiccups. Do you suffer from this annoying part during your pregnancy? As the woman’s body changes, there is really nothing she can do to change hiccups occurring naturally. When a person has the hiccups, this is an involuntary contraction of the larynx and the diaphragm. Here are a few causes that causes hiccups. Spasmodic contractions of the muscles in your chest are what cause hiccups to occur. Even when you’re pregnant, the body will react in the same way. You may find that certain actions can irritate the diaphragm and larynx, too.
A few of the times that people seem to get hiccups more often are:
- Drinking too much
- Drinking too quickly
- Eating too quickly
Women will often ask what are these 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 weeks pregnant hiccups? And they’re just hiccups. They’re nothing to worry about, and you can consult with your doctor to find out if something is wrong if you’re that worried.
I hope this helps out at least a little. You can find lots of information at: Check Pregnancy and even some different information at this other great site: Breakthrough Bleeding. I hope you all have a great pregnancy and maybe come back and let us know how it went. Don’t be shy we love to hear about your bundle of joy.