Low pressure and load

 Low pressure and load

Low pressure and load

All women suffer from many symptoms during pregnancy, so it is necessary to distinguish between normal and abnormal, 

  • and these symptoms fluctuate according to the order of blood pressure,
  •  high blood pressure, low blood pressure, and in pregnant women, 
  • the pressure is considered normal with the presence of a reading of 80/120, 
  • Low blood pressure is a normal symptom that occurs for all women in the first few months of pregnancy
  • and this decrease is similar to high blood pressure in the mother and her fetus
  •  and does not pose a threat to your life. Therefore, this article describes the causes of low blood pressure. During pregnancy its symptoms and treatment.

  • symptoms
  • Bone stiffness in the neck joints and poor breathing.
  • Fatigue, lethargy, severe weakness throughout the body, thirst, nausea.
  • Blurred vision, loss of vision, and loss of focus.
  • Fainting occurs in case of dizziness, lightheadedness, and severe depression. This can threaten the life of the mother and fetus if the mother falls and hits a hard object.
  • reason
  • Infection in pregnant women with gestational diabetes or true diabetes.
  • lack of blood sugar.
  • Malnutrition and severe malaise as a result of disease infections.
  • Prolonged exposure to the sun in summer can lead to dehydration.
  • Stress, lack of rest, keep working without stopping.
  • Aneurysms in pregnant women in early pregnancy.


Severe cases of hypotension may include vomiting, nausea, anemia, possible miscarriage, increased risk of preterm birth, and low birth weight.

  • treatment or treatment
  • There are many treatments to avoid the risk of developing low blood pressure and related complications, including:
  • Make sure you drink enough water to maintain hydration.
  • Pay attention to healthy foods rich in important nutrients such as vitamins, and be sure to take the nutritional supplements your doctor prescribes for you.

  • Sit down as soon as you become blind.
  • Lie down to achieve a high degree of blood flow to the heart muscle.
  • If you continue to feel dizzy, faint, or, have blurred vision, see your doctor and follow your doctor's instructions for taking the prescribed medication in case of emergency.
  • Increase your salt intake for low blood pressure.
  • Elevate your legs while sitting and sleeping to increase blood flow to the whole body.
  • To prevent falls, do not get up immediately after sitting or getting up from sleep.
  • Exercising regularly stimulates blood circulation and reduces the chance of low blood pressure.