Few symptoms were listed below but it's might differ, not only among individual but between each pregnancy as well..Just be alert of this few symptom, u might need to have a better check pr consult your gp.
Have a pain in the middle
If you’re in the second half of your pregnancy, this pain could indicate pre-eclampsia, a serious condition that requires immediate attention.
A pain in the lower belly
- an ectopic pregnancy;
- premature labour;
- a fibroid degenerating and bleeding into itself;
- placental abruption, where a part of the placenta becomes detached prematurely from the wall of the womb (the placenta is an organ which develops in the uterus during pregnancy, providing nutrients for the fetus and eliminating its waste products).
If your temperature is more than 39 degrees C, call the doctor right away. You probably have an infection. Your doctor may prescribe antibiotics and rest. If your temperature rises higher than 39 degrees C for a long time, it could be harmful to your baby.
Blurred visions and seeing flashing spots
- double vision
- flashing spots
- lights that last for more than two hours
Hands and feet are swollen
Severe headache that won’t go away
- Bleeding that is different from your normal period (heavier or lighter and often darker) with severe, persistent, one-sided pain in the abdomen can be a sign of an ectopic pregnancy.
- Heavy bleeding, especially when it's combined with persistent back or abdominal pain, can be associated with a potential or actual miscarriage.
- In the later stages of pregnancy, bleeding may indicate placenta praevia, placental abruption, or premature labour (labour that begins before 37 weeks).
Having leaking fluid from vagina
After 37 weeks, you are probably about to go into labour. Call your doctor to discuss your options if your labour does not start within 24 hours.
Sudden feeling extremely thirsty
A burning sensation when wee
Can’t stop vomiting
Vomiting which starts later in pregnancy, accompanied by pain just below the ribs, may be a sign of pre-eclampsia. Vomiting accompanied by pain and a fever could indicate an infection. Either way, contact your doctor.
Feeling faint and dizzy
Baby's movements have slowed down
Itch all over
Some itching is normal as your skin stretches to accommodate your growing baby. However, it's best to have it checked out, particularly if the itching is very intense, worse at night and involves the soles of your feet and the palms of your hands.
Fell and hit my belly
Just don't feel right
Your doctor expects to get calls like these, and should be happy to give you advice. Your body is changing so rapidly that it's sometimes difficult to know whether what you're experiencing is normal.
In rare cases though, complications may arise. If you notice contractions, leaking fluid, or any bleeding, call your doctor right away, or head to your nearest accident and emergency department.
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