Physiological Changes During Pregnancy

Physiological Changes During Pregnancy


100 Replies to “Physiological Changes During Pregnancy”

  1. excellent video!!!
    a suggestion would be , if you could make your descriptions more precise especially when the values are concerned instead of being vague… example in this video, cardiac output increases by how much %, increases at what age, peaks out at what age ,actual values of hormones you mentioned…I know it's very difficult to express it all, but if you do that, it'll ultimately become a complete video helpful for a large number of medical students…

  2. Hello ! I am a french student at university and I am studying pregnancy. Your video was very helpfull and very complete ! I would like to know if it was possible to have a picture of the entire draw as a memo to help me learning everything before my exams.
    Thanks a lot for everything you are doing on this channel !

  3. Can you please share the drawing.. I cant draw this and it takes time to cut paste pictures from books… Thank you 😊 – Just saw that youre sharing these on Facebook but they are not HQ 🤔 You could scan them and share 🙌

  4. so, i have a few question none relating to the video. What is your profession? How much time do you put in to such a video? and lastly can we as viewers help out it anyway?

  5. totally loved it.. thanx tons.. God bless u!
    i hav a ques. can i get the whole image of the butiful notes u hav made? plz Reply 🙂

  6. Hepatic changes? Gall blader changes?? Quite fascinating your explanation, a way to much superficial, but very great, you nailed it. Thanks!

  7. Hola Armando! I'm currently studying maternity and I went to buy your PDF but I didn't find the "physiological changes during pregnancy" or "labor 1 or 2". Please let me know if they are up for purchase! Thank you much!!!

  8. I love your videos! I just find your spelling and pronunciation of estrogen kinda funny. Thank you for your videos! They help me in school so much!

  9. Great video, though I would like to point out, that estrogen levels have to be lower then progesterone levels, not the way it is drawn in the graph around 3:00. Progesterone causes relaxation of the myometrium and is therefore needed to be higher than estrogen which causes slight motility in the smooth muscles of the uterus. Also, not estrogen, but PROGESTERONE causes the secretion of thick mucus and creation of mucus plug. Otherwise great job!

  10. Great video….But there's something to add up. I would like to point out when plasma level is increased and RBC concentration is decreased that term is known as hemodilution…7:11. Similarly, the level of estrogen is peak during the 1st trimester as the endometrium gets vascularized and thickened for implantation where as the progesterone level is increased during last trimester as the body prepares itself for delivery, the sacroiliac joint as well as uterine muscles relaxes. If the progesterone level rises throughout the pregnancy then there would be high risk for spontaneous abortion due to relaxation of uterine muscles 2:22. Also for the confirmation of pregnancy hCG level can be checked in blood serum level after 9 days of physical contact and in urine after 2 weeks of missed period.
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  11. Thanks for the excellent video.

    Just a brief thing that I noticed; when your hands are included in the freeze frames, it makes it seem like the video has frozen which I found a little jarring. Might just be me, but I think it would look cleaner if you take your hand out of the shot between every point.

  12. thank you, this is a great vid to understand pregnancy as i get started on my "maternal and newborn" this fall semester xD

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