Dealing With Complications During Pregnancy

Healthy Pregnancy Tips : The fact that you’re expecting can be both emotional and exciting. Moreover, if it’s your first baby, with the excitement comes the apprehension and curiosity about what’s good for you and what’s not. You might want to consult your doctor for everything and seek the advice of experienced people you know, which in a way is good if it isn’t exaggerated.

However, the most important thing is that you take proper care of yourself and your developing baby.Keep your mind and body engaged in the best way possible and this can keep you fit and healthy both physically and mentally. Your body is bound to go through many changes, which is quite usual during pregnancy.

Here are some of the symptoms that you are quite likely to encounter. You should know what they mean as it can be helpful in dealing with them in the best way possible. If in case you’re really not sure about some of them that are not included in the list below, it is always advisable to consult your doctor.

Extreme Nausea and Vomiting

It’s normal to have some nausea and vomiting during your first trimester and most pregnant women go through these conditions.But if it’s severe or makes you dehydrated, that’s something to heed. If you can’t keep any water or fluids down for more than 12 hours, it is advisable to call your doctor. Vomiting not only interferes with your day-to-day activities but can lead to dehydration and an imbalance of electrolytes. This could pose a potential threat to you and your fetus. Your doctor may even recommend hospitalization for a couple of days, which can be helpful to treat dehydration and nausea with appropriate medication.But again, it has been a known fact that women who have nausea and vomiting in their first trimester will go on to have normal, healthy pregnancies.

High Fever

It can be dangerous if your fever reaches or goes beyond 101 degrees Fahrenheit or 38 degrees Celsius during pregnancy.  A high temperature could be the sign of infection and could affect the baby. Fevers during pregnancy that are accompanied with rash on the body and joint pain can be a sign of infection like CMV, which is the most common cause of congenital deafness, and is not as uncommon as we think.Report any fever plus upper respiratory symptoms, body ache, and flu-like symptoms or rashes and joint pain to your doctor. Getting your yearly flu vaccine is advisable.

P.S. : The above mentioned risks are usual during pregnancy, however, if they go unrestrained then consulting a qualified ob-gyn is the best thing you can do. Remember, treating these issues in time can make a lot of difference to the health of your baby.

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