It’s normal to feel awkward during pregnancy?
Yes. Unfortunately, grace and agility are not part of the package. The pinnacle of this sensation of lack of balance must happen in the last quarter, but it improves after the baby is born.
No wonder you get sloppy and clumsy with everything that the body is changing–you’re carrying more weight, your center of gravity has changed because of the enlargement of the uterus and your joints are more loose because of the hormones of pregnancy.
Can hurt the baby?
Depends on. If you have a bad fall, can. Stumble and fall off the ladder is especially dangerous. However, falls happen with anyone, even if it occurs to you, the baby is well protected by the bones of the pelvis and the amniotic fluid.
If you suffer a fall, talk to your doctor to describe what happened and make sure that you don’t have to take action.
The important thing is to keep in mind that you’re not at the peak of the muscle control and coordination. Try not to put yourself in situations that run the risk of falling (how to dance in the middle of a lot of people or climb stairs without handrails).
Is there anything I can do to overcome the lack of balance?
No. The most you can do is be aware of what your coordination is not as good as usual. Beware of wet or uneven surfaces when walking, and careful to load weight, especially a child.
And, remember, the clumsiness is a temporary consequence of pregnancy. If after you continue pregnancy klutz, must be out of sheer exhaustion.
When should I talk to the doctor?
If the feeling of lack of balance is accompanied by dizziness, headache, blurred vision or pain, talk to your doctor immediately as a pregnancy lady.
That’s because these may be signs of preeclampsia, a condition that messes with blood pressure in pregnancy and can be quite serious.
Hearing and vision problems, as well as infections by viruses or bacteria, can also take your balance.
The higher probability, however, is that the apparent lack of balance is due to the enormous change why your body is going through.
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