Being a mother is the most amazing experience in a woman’s life. Motherhood is the most celebrated time, it makes a woman feel complete. Especially if you achieve this state after a long wait. During pregnancy, a woman goes through extreme physical, mental, emotional and hormonal changes. However, during pregnancy, there are many symptoms that might appear weird and strange. Every woman experiences pregnancy in a different way. However, there are some weird pregnancy symptoms that are common in most of the pregnant woman. These pregnancy symptoms make the experience of pregnancy both interesting and scary at the same time. (Also read: What Are The Common Pregnancy Worries Which Can Bring Anxiety)
Sticky white or yellow discharge
During pregnancy you might be shocked to sticky white discharge, sometimes it is yellow in colour. It is usually a normal part of pregnancy. However, if there is a foul smell, itching or burning sensation then it is better to consult the doctor.
Peeing a little when you laugh or sneeze
Even though it might appear embarrassing but it totally natural part of the process of pregnancy. It happens because the baby puts pressure of your uterus. It is better to not hold the pee, as it makes it leak further. (Also read: How To Get Rid Of Itchy Belly During Pregnancy)
Bloating and excessive farting
Cramps, bloated stomach and feeling gassy all the time is a part of the journey of motherhood. It happens because of circulation of progesterone in the body.
The hormonal changes often cause stuffed nose. It might appear that you have a cold, but in fact, it is just your hormones causing the mucous membrane to swell.
During pregnancy the body’s metabolism rate changes completely, the blood circulation increases causing the body to heat up. Therefore, sweating is just body’s way of keeping the body cool.
Prominent purple veins on legs
The accumulation blood happens a lot during pregnancy, this happens because of the pressure on the uterus. You can try exercising to get rid of this problem. (Also read: What to do when the morning sickness get worse)