Various Concerns During Pregnancy Part 1
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Something going out of the way during pregnancy can be really very frightening and stressful experience. It does not matter if it is your first time being pregnant or your fourth. There are many things to be concerned about during your pregnancy and it is easier when you know what they are. Vaginal bleeding: This […]
Vaginal bleeding: This is also known as spotting, but you need to ensure that this the condition you are experiencing. Bleeding and spotting are slightly different. Spotting is somewhat like having a period. The clour of the blood can be red, pink or even brown. If the bleeding is profuse accompanied by pain, you need to call your doctor at once. Bleeding can be due to a number of things from implantation, ectopic pregnancy, labor, infection or even miscarriage. You need to consult your physician so that the actual cause can be determined. That would relive your mental anxiety.
Stomach pain or cramping: When you are in the advanced stage of pregnancy it is very difficult to differentiate between a growing pain and an actual stomach pain or cramping as it is often called. Resting is the singlemost effective way of releiving yourself from any kind of pain. You need to call your doctor if the pain aggravates even after resting for a while. There is nothing to worry if you found that the pain is due to formation of gas or Braxton hicks contractions. At least now you know that nothing is wrong with your pregnancy.
In the next part of the article we will discuss about some more concerns and complicatiuons that may rise due to pregnancy
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