Dah masuk 22 weeks dah sekarang ni infact minggu ni dah masuk 23 weeks dah. Cepatnya masa berlalu. Kalau nak cerita perubahan penat cerita sebab macam-macam yang berlaku. Tadi terbaca kat babycenter pregnancy at 22 weeks dan perubahan yang berlaku pada diri sendiri. Semua facts yang diberikan memang betul. In fact bila baby dah masuk 20 weeks is the most fun kalau dibandingkan masa awal-awal pregnant dulu. Contohnya dah takde loya-loya, dah takde lapar setiap 2 jam *itu aku la* ada orang tegur muka berseri *ceh, perasan pulak*
Tapi ada juga ketika yang aku rasa tak berapa nak best contohnya susah tidur malam sebab selalu sangat sakit belakang. There is one time kaki membengkak dan kebas tapi nasib baik kaki tak kejang malam-malam. Time ni tidur kena dikelilingi bantal macam aku contohnya tak kurang dari 5 bantal aku guna bila nak tidur dan kadang-kadang kan rasa macam nak tidur tu sekalil tu sorang-sorang je, taknak share dengan husband sebab rasa sempit dan rimas dan tak bebas. Yela, dah tidur pun pakai 5 biji bantal memang la laki kena tolak tepi tak gitu?
Surprising Facts: Body changes beyond your belly
You expected your belly to grow — and perhaps your breasts, too — but the following physical changes may take you by surprise. As with many pregnancy changes, hormones play a role in most of these alterations in your looks.
- Thicker, more lustrous hair You're not actually growing more hair, just losing less than normal. During pregnancy, your body sheds hair much more slowly than it did before. What to do: If thicker hair is a boon for you, enjoy it. If it's making your mane more unruly than ever, ask your stylist to do some thinning at your next cut. These changes won't last forever. After your baby's born, you'll start to lose this excess hair, sometimes in clumps.
- Increased body hair Sex hormones known as androgens can cause new hair to sprout on your chin, upper lip, jaw, and cheeks. Stray hairs can also pop up on your belly, arms, legs, and back. What to do: Tweezing, waxing, and shaving are all safe ways to manage these temporary changes.
- Faster-growing fingernails Your fingernails may grow more quickly than usual, and you may notice changes in texture. Some women's nails get harder, while others' get softer or more brittle. What to do: Protect your nails by wearing rubber gloves when you're cleaning, and using moisturizer on them if they're brittle.
- Skin changes Some pregnant women report that their skin has never looked better. If that's you, enjoy the proverbial "glow." Others find the hormones of pregnancy aggravate skin conditions such as acne. What to do: Wash twice a day with a gentle soap or cleanser, and make sure that any moisturizer or makeup you use is oil-free.
- Stretch marks As your belly expands to accommodate your growing baby, you may get tiny tears in the supportive tissue that lies just beneath your skin, resulting in striations of varying color. These marks will begin to fade and become considerably less noticeable about six to 12 months after you give birth. There's not much you can do besides trying not to gain more than the recommended amount of weight. Heredity is responsible for the natural elasticity of your skin and plays a role in determining who will end up with stretch marks.
- Skin discolorations Increased melanin can cause splotchy patches of darkened skin on your face. These pigment changes may become intensified if you spend time in the sun. What to do: Protect your face by using a sunblock that offers both UVA and UVB protection with an SPF of 30 or higher, wearing a hat with a brim, and avoiding the sun during peak hours of the day (10 a.m. to 2 p.m.).
- Larger and darker nipples and areolas You may find that your nipples and the pigmented area around them (the areolas) are getting bigger and darker. The little bumps on your areolas, known as Montgomery's tubercles, may also be more pronounced. These bumps are oil-producing glands that help fight off bacteria and lubricate the skin. Some women also notice more pronounced veins in their breasts. What to do: Nothing!
- Larger feet Your feet may go up half a shoe size or more. Lax ligaments may make your feet spread a bit — permanently. Swelling can make your shoes feel tight as well, although it will go away after delivery. What to do: Buy comfortable shoes to accommodate your growing feet.