Hydration in pregnancy and breastfeeding - References
During pregnancyI. Hydration and the role of water during pregnancyI.1. Changes in body water during pregnancyI.1.1. Total body water increaseI.1.2. Plasma volume expansionI.1.3. Amniotic fluid: ensuring fetal developmentI.1.4. The placenta: the organ for fluid supply to the fetus I.2. Regulation of body water in pregnant womenI.2.1. Water balance in pregnant womenI.2.2. Adaptations to ensure body water balanceI.3. Emerging science regarding water and health outcomes during pregnancyI.3.1. Maternal hydration status: influence on perinatal outcomesI.3.2. ConstipationI.3.3. Urinary tract infections During lactationII. Hydration and the role of water during breastfeedingII.1.Water in breast milkII.2. Consequences of breastfeeding for body waterII.3. Hydration and breast milk productionGuidelinesIII. TESTGuidelines for fluid intake during pregnancy and lactationConclusionReferences
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