A decrease in movements in the gastrointestinal tract during pregnancy leads to constipation. As the baby develops, the pressure on the intestines increases.
It is also worth noting that you need liquid.
This, in turn, causes constipation.
Regular exercise, high fiber foods (such as whole-grain breads, cereals, vegetables and fruits raw or cooked) and eat, get plenty of fluids (at least 8 glasses per day) and daily walks will help.
Never use laxatives if your doctor does not recommend it.
For baby information, please follow up.