Pregnancy is associated with normal physiological changes. Some of the changes are increase in maternal blood volume, Changes in Cardiovascular system, Changes in the respiratory system, Renal and Gastro Intestinal System. Drug metabolism is altered due to elevated secondary sex hormones. Increased estrogen levels, Progesteron can be significantly detected during pregnancy. Some women experience the symtoms of Hypotension. Pregnancy is diabetogenic. Insulin levels increases during pregnancy and the levels fall down after pregnancy. Increased blood volume, Increased cardiac output are the major changes during pregnancy.
Related Journals of Physiological Changes during Pregnancy
Clinics in Mother and Child Health, Neonatal Biology Journal, Gynecology Journal, Paediatrics Journal, Pregnancy Journal, Womens Health Journal, Early pregnancy : biology and medicine : the official journal of the Society for the Investigation of Early Pregnancy, Hypertension in Pregnancy, BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth.
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