The more you read about pregnancy or chat with other moms, sometimes it is difficult to know if what you’re feeling is normal or not.
Below is a list of symptoms that should never go blank. If you feel one of them, please do not hesitate to seek medical attention.
You know something’s wrong
If you are not sure about any symptoms, if you’re feeling weird or uneasy, trust your instincts and take your questions with the doctor.
If there are any problems, you will receive help. If there is anything wrong, you’ll be more relaxed.
The doctors are accustomed to this kind of situation, and should not bother to reassure her.
Your body is changing so fast that it is sometimes difficult to know whether what you’re feeling is “normal”.
Sharp pain on the top or in the middle of the belly with pregnancy underwear, with or without nausea
This symptom may indicate poor digestion, gastroenteritis caused by virus or preeclampsia–a serious problem that needs to be evaluated quickly.
Sharp pain in lower belly or sides
It may be that you just pulled a ligament, but can also be a sign of ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, preterm labor, myoma or detached placenta.
So it is important to talk to the doctor.
If your temperature is over 37.5° C, call the doctor on the same day.
If the fever pass of 39 C, contact your doctor immediately. You probably have an infection.
Your doctor may prescribe antibiotics or home.
Temperature maintained at high levels for a long time may be harmful to the baby.
Absence or strong reduction in baby’s movements after the 22nd week
If you have not felt the baby in 24 hours, he can be in pain, so look for the doctor.
Read more about your baby’s movements, including explanations about when to seek help.
Vision problems that last more than 2 hours
Double vision, blurred vision, bright dots or lights–these symptoms may indicate preeclampsia.
Swelling in the hands, face and eyes
If the swelling is accompanied by headaches or vision problems, can be a sign of preeclampsia.
Strong headache that lasts more than 2 hours
If you have vision problems and swelling in the hands, eyes and face, can be with preeclampsia.
Rapid weight gain of more than 1 kilo, with swelling, headache and visual disturbances
Sudden weight gain, no relation to food, can also be a sign of preeclampsia, especially if accompanied by swelling in the hands and feet, headaches or visual disturbances.
Vaginal bleeding, mild or intense
Light bleeding, no pain, can be a normal sign of implantation, when the embryo will if nesting in the womb, in the very beginning of the pregnancy.
But you must find the doctor yet, because the bleedingcan indicate problems in the placenta, for example.
The most intense bleeding, especially if accompanied by backache or abdominal pain, can be linked to a threatto abortion or to own miscarriage, an ectopic pregnancy or called placenta previa, which can cause bleeding.
In the later stages of pregnancy, bleeding may indicateother disorders in the placenta or premature labor (before 37 weeks).
The loss of fluid through the vagina before 37 weeks of pregnancy means that your water broke early.
The doctor may prefer you to be hospitalized to prevent an infection.
If the liquid starts coming out after 37 weeks, you should be about to go into labor, so I should call the doctoror to the hospital to find out when to go there.
Sudden increase in thirst and decrease in urine
These symptoms may be signs of dehydration or gestational diabetes, a problem that can be dangerous for the mother and the baby.
Pain or burning when urinating, fever, chills and backache
These signs may indicate a urinary tract infection that must be treated with antibiotics.
Vomiting more than once or twice a day can leave youdehydrated and weak, but will not harm the baby.
You need to talk to the doctor, because excessive vomiting in pregnancy is a complication that can be treated.
If you start throwing up suddenly and are running a fever, can be with any infection.
Fainting and dizziness
Can be a sign that you haven’t eaten well that day, but it can also mean that you are with low pressure.
Many women feel during pregnancy Vertigo. If you pass out, talk to the doctor so that other causes are discarded.
Itching all over my body at the end of pregnancy, dark urine and feces clear
These symptoms may indicate hepatitis or other liver condition, such as obstetric cholestasis.
A bit of itching is normal, because the skin is stretchingto accommodate the baby, but it’s better to check.
You fell or hit you in the belly
Falls are not always dangerous, but talk to the doctor the same day and explain what happened. If you slippedon the stairs and hit the coccyx, probably don’t have to worry about; the baby is protected by the uterus and the amniotic fluid.
In rare cases, however, there may be complications. If you feel contractions, loss of fluid or bleeding, call the doctor right away or go to the nearest emergency room.
Have you seen or felt the umbilical cord out through the vagina
Although not very common, there is a risk of the umbilical cord out through the vagina if waters break with a gush of water before the baby be docked.
The technical name of this situation is prolapse of the umbilical cord.
Cases like this only happen in every 100 births in which the baby is sitting.
It’s dangerous because, if the cord is pressed, the baby may stop receiving oxygen.
If the bag break and you see or feel the umbilical cord,do the following:
• get help immediately to go to the hospital, preferablyby ambulance
• While waiting, get on all fours with the bum prancing and head down.
• do not attempt to push the cord back or move him.
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