Physiological Adaptation To Pregnancy – Digestive System (1)

Physiological adaptation to pregnancy - Digestive system (1)

Physiological adaptation to pregnancy – Digestive system

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Physiological adaptation to pregnancy - Digestive system
The gastrointestinal system is affected in several ways in pregnancy. The height of progesterone levels interfere with body fluid balance, increase blood cholesterol, and slow contraction of smooth muscles. Secretion of saliva becomes more and more acidic. Later, stomach acid decreases. Enlargement of the uterus suppresses the diaphragm, stomach, and intestine. In early pregnancy, some women experience nausea and vomiting. As pregnancy continues, they will get decreased stomach acid, slower stomach emptying and bloating.

Decreased peristalsis not only causes nausea but also constipation since more stool found in the intestine. Commonly, more water is absorbed the more it will harden. Constipation can also be caused by uterine pressure in the lower intestine at the beginning of the pregnancy and back at the end of pregnancy.

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