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nutri sci 11/24 15:58 Physicological changes and resulting problems in pregnancy Placental hormones relax muscles Heartburn Stomach acids flow into esophagus Ramin upright after eating Low fat foods empty quicker  Contstipation Less peristalsis Exercise, fiber, fluids Edema Preganacy- induced hypertension: eclampsia Edema accompanied by high blood pressure If severe Convulsions Liver, kidney damage Adequate calicium intak may resduce risk
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Morning sickenss Usually ends first trimester 50% of pregnancies try dry food avoid fatty foods anemia increased blood voume iron and folate deficiency prevents making enough red blood cells breatst feeding prevalence o increase 14% in infants breast fed at some point=60% o increased 19% in infants still fed at 6 months=22% o middle and upper income more likely o breast predictor if mother will breast feed is knowing someone who has
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2009 for the course BIO 10167 taught by Professor Anderson,peterj. during the Fall '08 term at University of Wisconsin.

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