vaginal health

Sphincter Stretching

  • Sphincter Stretching can be expect in some or all of these changes in a normal pregnancy:

    * In the first trimester - absence of menstrual flow; minor weight gain; increased urination; enlarged and perhaps sore breasts; morning sickness or nausea.

    * In the second trimester - significant weight gain (about a pound a week); sphincter stretching of the abdominal wall and pelvis; possibly backache, constipation, heartburn and fetal movement.

    * In the third trimester - swollen limbs from fluid retention; leaking breasts; constipation; hemorrhoids; insomnia; discomfort below the rib cage a few weeks before the baby drops at about 36 weeks.


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