Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Manage mood swings

Are you fine one minute and in tears the next? If you are, don't worry because you're just experiencing the normal mood swings of pregnancy. Mood swing is common during pregnancy. Almost every pregnant woman will experience of mood swings, most commonly during the first and third trimesters.

Pregnancy is all about your changing body. How your partner reacts and responds to your pregnancy can influence how you feel about yourself. Although you and your partner are overcome with joy about being pregnant, you may still worry about miscarriage, your delivery, and finances. These worries can cause stress and mood swings. So it is important to talk to your partner about your worries.

Experiencing these daily mood swings is exhausting to live with and can really make pregnancy miserable experience. You can handle the mood swing by finding ways to take care of yourself emotionally. Do whatever you can to rest and relax because stress can make pregnancy and delivery even harder.

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