Hot summer weather impacts some people more than others, and pregnant women are among those most likely to become overheated. Barely more than a week into summer and as heat waves blanket Europe and the eastern United States, what are the risks for expectant mothers? Symptoms of overheating include warm skin, headache, dizziness, muscle cramps and nausea, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Pregnant women who have a body temperature above Dehydration is one of the causes of Braxton Hicks or so-called practice contractions, and it also can increase the incidence of dizzy spells and fainting, said Dr.
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But do you also need to literally keep your cool to protect your growing baby? Yes — to a degree no pun intended. Medical research shows that over heating during pregnancy can put your baby at risk.
I'm still walking to work and back each day and I've definitely noticed that I am slower than normal, but this heat has turned me into a snail. Putting one foot in front of the other is proving to be a massive effort, especially where any kind of incline is concerned. I'm not sure whether it's my imagination or not but I feel people are giving me sympathetic looks — and if they're not, they really should be! I know it's normal to feel hotter anyway during pregnancy because your core temperature rises and you have a more blood pumping round, so this melting feeling really shouldn't come as a surprise.