When pregnancy hormones begin to increase, the breasts are also affected by this situation, as in the whole body. In particular, the increased prolactin hormone begins to gradually enlarge and plump the breasts. This change begins to be felt in the breasts in the second and sixth weeks following pregnancy. Excessive stretching, heaviness and fullness of the breasts cause pain and pain in the breast area.
However, these pains are definitely not so severe that they will force the expectant mother too much and negatively affect her life.
It may be helpful to avoid tight, tight underwear and clothing to relieve pain or feel less. However, it may be recommended to massage with moisturizing creams from time to time, as it will relieve pain by reducing tension.
Here are some simple ways to help you:
• Choose your underwear carefully during your pregnancy to make sure they support properly, especially your bras. Check your breast size constantly so that when you notice significant changes, renew your bra as needed.
• If your breasts are very heavy or bulky, try wearing a sports or padded bra. (It is usually most suitable and comfortable for women with heavy breasts during pregnancy.)
• Believe it or not, reducing your salt intake helps reduce the pain in your breasts. This is because salts hold water, so your breasts will become heavier and cause acute pain.
• Water is another soothing option. Drink plenty of water throughout your entire pregnancy. This not only helps eliminate the excess of waste fluids, but also makes you feel lighter and fresher.
• Women generally tend to go on a lot of bed rest during and after pregnancy, but it’s a big mistake! It is very important to keep yourself physically active in small ways. Walking for half an hour a day, doing light housework; it will make you more active by providing you with good blood circulation and will make you feel lighter.