Guide to dangerous pregnancy symptoms

Guide to dangerous pregnancy symptoms
September 16 09:29 2016

In pregnancy, you go through a lot of pain and troubles. And how to knowing which of the pain is right and which one is wrong. Which bleeding is right or wrong? How will I be able to tell that the sudden intense pain at 2 A.M is right or wrong?

With the new moms, some old mothers also ignore these kinds of movements, vaginal bleedings, abdominal pains or any other symptoms considering it to be a part of normal pregnancy. Today we will guide you which pains or symptoms are normal and on which you have to react immediately.

Kicking Ceases

It is a normal routine for babies to be silent temporarily. There can be few reasons for this dip, such as you haven’t eaten something in a while and your baby is feeling low on energy and the baby isn’t moving. The silence can also resemble that the baby is sleeping. But if the silence is prolonging and the overall movement is slowing down, then it is high time to check your doctor. A prolonged lull can also mean low amniotic fluid or oligohydramnios.

Babies often kick when their mother is at movement or mostly when their mother is having something to eat. So, if you are uncertain about how many kicks are normal and what isn’t normal then after, breakfast, dinner or any other eating activity. Take out a pen and jot down the number of kicks by the baby. There should be at least ten kicks or movements in two hours. And if the number dips then pick up the phone and immediately call your doctor.

At least 10 percent pregnant women are affected by oligohydramnios. In this case drink a lot of water, because you re dehydrated and that will rectify your problem. Low amniotic fluid can also be triggered by a rupture in the amniotic sac. There are mainly two reasons for this; a rare case is involving the baby’s bladder or kidney and the placenta’s failure to function accordingly. A complete bed rest will reduce the fluid loss and longing your pregnancy.

If your baby is showing symptoms of distress, or if the problem is occurring in the 38th week of pregnancy, then call your doctor. The doctor can after checking baby’s health call for an operation to tackle the cutting of blood flow to the baby or the heated chances of cord getting compressed.

A pain in the Leg

A pregnant woman has six time more chances of having blood clots in the inner veins of leg, which is known as deep vein thrombosis (DVT). Your blood has now greater chances of getting clot due to the hormonal changes. Blood clot in the leg is by the pressure of the growing uterus on your veins which can impede circulation. In pregnancy pain and cramps can be considered a normal part as it can happen with the DVT which can also be left untreated considered to be just a simple leg cramp. The way through which we can distinguish from the normal cramp is, it will happen only in one leg and region under the pain’s influence will be painfully swollen, red and warm to touch.

Your leg or your body might be going through DVT and you couldn’t know about that. This can also happen. And in these cases, the very initial sign can be when a part of the clot cuts off and moves to the lung, it is called pulmonary embolism. And in case if you are going through chest pain, shortness of breath or an integrated heart rate, immediately call your doctor.

Over weight, elderly women or a genetic predisposed clotting are at more risk for DVT. Women who are active, healthy and well hydrated will surely put off clotting.

Blue Mood

Researches have proved that depression in pregnancy is more often than postpartum depression, which is inflecting as many as 1 in eight women. But like other diseases it is not taken into account. Women don’t pay much heed to the symptoms, totally ignoring it.

Everyone talks a lot about mood swings in pregnancy and hearing it several time most new mother think it as a normal part of pregnancy. The negative effects of depression are very much pervasive or chronic which will lead a mother to become unhappy or lose interest in her work. This depression can even affect her relationship or the baby she is carrying can also be affected. Depression can kick your thought to such extent, that you will surely think to die. That is why they say that pregnancy can kick some ups and downs.

Treating this malignant disease is very much important for the health of both the baby inside the womb of mother and the child too. Depression can also trigger some pregnancy complications.

Good food and avoiding tobacco or alcohol are the first very important steps to get rid of depression. Then you should set a meeting with your psychotherapist and start taking antidepressant medicines, considering her situation and to which category does that medicine belong.

Bleeding gums

In pregnancy hormonal changes make women a target to bacterial gingivitis, red gums that will bleed when brushed. Bleeding gums are also a common part of pregnancy, which affect 75 percent of yet to be mothers but this doesn’t mean it is normal. Gingivitis, if they are not treated will lead to gum (periodontal) disease which will completely rip apart your gum fiber and also the bone which are holding your teeth on their place. Furthermore if you are still not going to treat them, then it will move forward to losing of teeth. Expected mothers are having far more chances to suffer from periodontal diseases while delivering their baby in a pre-mature manner.

To avoid these kinds of troubles, brush daily and also maintain your flossing habits during the whole time of pregnancy and also pay a visit to your dentist and get his help. Women who are suffering from gum diseases in the start of pregnancy time can have a basic clean in the second trimesters for all the gum diseases they were going through.

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