Pregnancy doesn't treat everyone equally while some women might face severe pregnancy symptoms like nausea, backache, and constipation, others may be lucky and have a cake walk like pregnancy.

Some of the common problems are:

1. MORNING SICKNESS

There is no denying that nausea or morning sickness can haunt you throughout the day, so be prepared to visit restroom during the 1st trimester. It is your hormones that are creating havoc. Also, pregnancy increases sensitivity in the area of the brain which triggers nausea.

HOW TO TACKLE IT:

  • Stay in bed for few minutes after you wake up.
  • Do not have fluids like fruit juices first thing in the morning. Start your day with biscuit or toast instead.
  • Keep yourself hydrated throughout the day.
  • Avoid overeating and have six small meals throughout the day.
  • Avoid your triggers. Every pregnant woman suffering from morning sickness becomes arise to certain odors like that of onion, garlic or other fragrances. If you know to stay away from them.
  • Ask for modification from your doctor if it becomes difficult to ignore.
  • One can have ginger flavored candy
  • Inhale fresh air 
  • Remember not to stop eating as it will worsen the sickness.

2. CONSTIPATION

Bowel movement slows down during pregnancy. this happens due to increased level of progesterone in the body. Also, iron supplements taken during pregnancy can lead to constipation with fatigue, nausea, backaches,constipation would be the last thing yo want to deal with.

HOW TO TACKLE IT:

  • Increase fiber intake. ask your doctor for modification and don't reach out of laxatives on your own.
  • Don't miss your 8 glasses of water and keep sipping other fluids also.
  • Pick your plate with fruits and vegetables.
  • Walk, light exercise can help to aid digestion and relieve constipation symptom.
  • Avoid refined flour and it's products.

3. HEARTBURN AND INDIGESTION

During pregnancy as your belly bulges out your stomach is pushed upward and this aggravates heartburn. Also going empty stomach for too long can increase acid levels and cause heartburn, indigestion and slows down your bowel movements too.

HOW TO TACKLE IT:

  • Eat small and frequent meals.
  • Avoid spicy or fried food as that can aggravate acidity.
  • Do not lie down for at least half an hour after your meal.
  • Avoid tea/coffee/aerated drinks and too much of fruit juices.
  • An occasional ice cream or cold milk can work as an antacid.