Monthly Psychology Changes in Pregnancy!

Pregnancy is perhaps one of the most important stages of women’s life. This phase; social and business life, family life, environmental factors, age status are affected by many factors. Because the expectant mother has a lot of hormonal changes, even without even knowing she’s pregnant.

It’s not just changes in hormones; The worry of starting a new life pattern, taking full responsibility for a baby and most importantly being a ‘good mother’.

Here are the psychological changes you’ll experience months in your pregnancy!

1st Moon!
With the onset of pregnancy, feelings of joy increase in the family and the mother-to-be has a sense of happiness. If there is an expected and desired pregnancy situation, it will be perhaps one of the best news she has received in her life when she learns that she is pregnant for the expectant mother.

Subsequent nausea and vomiting can lead to weakness and depression. With this depression, the idea of responsibility for the expectant mother after a while may be a little heavy and can question whether she is ready.

These interrogations are considered normal and usually occur later in pregnancy. On the contrary, if there is a pregnancy that is not planned and involuntarily developed, this can create tension and stress in the expectant mother. Anxiety and sadness can be dominant. In this case, it is appropriate for the mother to meet with the psychologist. Pregnancy must be decided and if the mother wants to continue the pregnancy, this process should be prepared with the help of a psychologist.

2nd Month!
It’s the second time the pregnancy is. In the month, the hormones that the mother’s body will secrete increase compared to the first month. This can cause sudden reactions and emotional fluctuations.

Fatigue, weakness, reluctance and sensitivity in the breasts are observed as if they usually have done heavy workloadduring this period. Groin pain can be felt. If pregnancy occurs after an infertility treatment, excessive mobility may occur with excitement and joy.

If pregnancy is involuntary, the expectant mother may be in fear, anxiety, anxiety and constant thoughts. As hormones begin to affect the body during this period, the expectant mother begins to feel pregnant. Fullness and tenderness appear in the breasts.

Month 3!
Psychological condition in pregnancy 3. it looks much better on the moon than the first two months. Expectant mothers feel more serene. Because the first shock was overcome, pregnancy was accepted. After this period, thoughts about the health of the baby usually begin in the mother.
Still, complaints of sleep and weakness are ongoing. The need to go to the bathroom often arises. Nausea and vomiting can begin. You may feel bloating and cramps in the abdomen.

From time to time, skin lesions may be seen due to hormonal change. It enters the peak period towards week 10. Underlying gastrointestinal problems become more exacerbated. The expectant mother feels she’s gaining weight. Pregnancy is the peak period of the hormone, after which nausea and vomiting may decrease. The mother-of-one begins to be sensitive to her family.

His behavior towards his relatives changes the way he decides against events. Nausea gradually begins to decrease and appetite increases. Bleeding can be seen in the gums while brushing teeth. The expectant mother begins to feel the swelling in her abdomen with her hand.

4th Month!
It’s the fourth time the pregnancy is. bear and 6. the bear is often referred to as the ‘honeymoon period’. This is due to the slowing of nausea and vomiting as a result of the decrease in hormonal fluctuations. This causes your psychological tension to decrease.

The expectant mother has now gotten used to her pregnancy and baby. He feels good psychologically. Pregnancy symptoms in her body, the slight lysion of her abdomen, makes the expectant mother feel happy.

However, some expectant mothers may feel anxiety and pessimism due to overreading books during this period and internet research.
Waiting for the results of the tests worries the mother. Abdominal bloating can also be observed by relatives. Frequent urination decreases.

5th Month!
It’s the fifth time of the pregnancy. bowel habits change in the month and may be constipation. Back pain stirs along with groin pain. You can see discharge from the nipple. During this period, baby movements can be felt, albeit rarely. Skin lesions increase even more. Hair may appear in the belly of the expectant mother. Weight gain can be more likely. Complaints such as dizziness and fainting can be observed.

The mother-to-be’s face, called a pregnancy mask, may begin to observe a discoloration on the nipple. This can also be seen anywhere else in the skin. Pains in the waist and groin are exacerbated.

Therefore, after this stage, the support of the environment begins to be of great importance. Physical changes, 3. When people are heard from their mouths, the mother-to-be may feel worse. Therefore, the mother’s inner circle, 5. months and beyond, the mother should be psychologically supportive of the candidate.

But this month is an introduction to a period where most expectant mothers are psychologically feeling good. Because the expectant mother-in-taker begins to feel the baby’s movements.

6th Month!
It’s the sixth time of the pregnancy. in the month of the baby’s movements begin to be felt significantly. The baby’s small movements also make the expectant mother feel happy and enjoyable. Nevertheless, during this period, sudden reactions, emotional fluctuations and crying can be seen in the expectant mother’s candidate.

The growing baby causes some problems to occur by pressing the organs in the abdomen; for example, shortness of breath may occur with lung pressure. Depending on the growth of the abdomen, the mother may have problems balancing the mother.’ Problems may increase in joint areas due to changes in hormones. Baby movements can now be seen from the outside. The expectant mother-to-be begins to gain weight quickly. Extra hormones in the body during pregnancy can cause gums to swell and bleed.

Forgetfulness during pregnancy usually manifests itself during these months, and the tension caused by this can cause the psychology of the expectant to be affected.

Month 7!
During this period, birth fears begin. Anxiety and migraine attacks can occur. There may be pains in the legs and the resort. With the growth of the abdomen, fatigue, weakness may occur in the mother’s candidate and convulsions that cause hardening in the abdomen.
As the baby grows, there may be difficulties in breathing. Sleep patterns can be disrupted. There may be swelling in the variities and cramps on the feet. Burning in the stomach and itching may occur in the abdomen.
In addition, the increasing pains of the mother and the mother’s asite with the rapid start of weight gain, the desire to urinate frequently as a result of the pressure on the urinary bag of the uterus, stains and many other symptoms, can also cause psychological unrest in the expectant mother.
But in addition to these worries and fears, a sweet thrill begins to envelop the mother’s candidate. The thought of having a baby in her belly for a long time will make the expectant mother feel happy.

8th Month!
She is now a little out of birth, and especially if the expectant mother has not given birth before, she begins to question a lot of things, such as how the birth will go by, how long it will last, whether it will hurt.

Pressure on the mother-to-be’s upper ribs may increase. Digestive disorders can be seen. Light edema may occur on the face, hands and feet. This could make the expectant mother feel more overweight and ugly.

Fullness increases in the breasts. With the growth of the baby, the pressure on the bladder and its capacity to shrink causes frequent urination. The baby’s movements become visible from the outside. A dark line appears from the navel of the mother’s to the pulcoson.

9th Month!
It’s the ninth time of the pregnancy. Bear is a period in which bodily change is felt intensely, pain increases, edema and swelling increase. The fatigue of physical changes can create some tensions in the mother’s candidate. Again in the ninth. Having a flurry of births on the month can cause the expectant mother to be stressed.

The thought of changing the order after childbirth can also create some unrest in the mother’s candidate, but these are the usual thoughts and changes.

In the last month of pregnancy, there may be complaints similar to electric shock in the legs from time to time. Decreases in baby movements may occur. Spots on the skin begin to disappear. In recent weeks, the mother-to-be may have difficulty walking due to pressure.