you are pregnant?
Pregnancy is certainly a reason for joy and is accompanied by the great excitement of the couple and the entire family.
However, this is not an easy period, fraught with risks and fears, accompanied by frequent visits by doctors and various tests.
The following are the risks that are present in pregnancy, which should be noted:
Amniotic fluid leakage
The amniotic fluid is a protective environment in which the infant lives while in the womb and provides him with the possibility to move freely by floating.
Amniotic fluid leakage is expressed in a sense of vaginal wetness and requires immediate testing and treatment with antibiotics to prevent risks to the fetus.
If you feel wet, you should check to see if this is a leak of amniotic fluid or a different kind of discharge. The test can be performed by a doctor or independently by using a home kit.
If the amniotic fluid leak occurs after the 34th week of pregnancy, it is customary to induce birth because this week there are few complications of prematurity and the risk to the fetus and mother in the presence of water drop is higher than the risk of premature birth.
No fetus movement
It is important to pay attention to the movements of the fetus, to feel at least three times a day clear movements that the fetus performs.
If there is a change in the nature of the fetus’s movements, whether it is motility or immobility, it is possible to lie on the side and try to concentrate on the nature of the movements in order to confirm or negate the fear of changes in the fetus’s movements.
In addition, it is recommended to be examined by a doctor to ensure that the fetus is not in distress. Attention to fetal movements is particularly significant during the last trimester of pregnancy.
Bleeding in pregnancy
Any bleeding may be a sign of fetal distress and requires examination. In most cases, fresh, reddish bleeding is more significant than a few brown discharges, indicating little or no bleeding.
In case of bleeding it is recommended to be examined. Although bleeding is sometimes meaningless, in some cases bleeding may endanger the mother and the fetus, hence the importance of the examination.
She must be separated from the placenta, an open placenta, bleeding from the source of the cervix and more. The mother is usually the one who loses blood, but in rare cases, bleeding can be fetal bleeding.
Because the embryo has fewer reservoirs, its ability to maintain vitality in low blood loss and early diagnosis is crucial.
This is a disease of the placenta, manifested in an increase in maternal blood pressure and the appearance of protein in the urine.
Among the symptoms that require a doctor’s diagnosis are headaches, blurred vision, and pain in the upper abdomen.
The disease, if not severe, may not affect the fetus at all, but in its severe form, it can be significantly harmful to both the mother and the fetus.
The disease affects the blood vessels that connect the placenta to the uterus and placenta and may cause intrauterine growth, placental detachment, and severe maternal disease that affects the kidney, liver, clotting system, and nervous system.
Early diagnosis and treatment significantly improve the ability to treat the mother and the fetus and hence the importance of careful monitoring and awareness of signs and symptoms ominous.
Heat is a symptom of a viral disease, it increases the maternal pulse and the fetal pulse, and therefore an effort is made for the fetus. If the fever persists for over 24 hours and there is a risk of infection, it is advisable to be examined by a doctor, since bacteria pass through the maternal bloodstream to the embryo.
In addition, colds in pregnancy can easily become pneumonia. Therefore, in the winter season, avoid staying close to other patients.
Belly bruise during pregnancy
There are quite a few cases of falls in pregnant women. It is necessary to avoid bruising or bruising in the abdomen, as these increase the risk of placental separation.
In cases of abdominal injury or injury, it is recommended to immediately examine the maternity ward. In most cases, the fetus is not injured because it is protected by the mother’s abdominal wall, uterus, and amniotic fluid.
Diarrhea and vomiting during pregnancy
Diarrhea and vomiting during pregnancy can cause dehydration and damage to the fetus.
In case of diarrhea or vomiting, be sure to drink plenty of water and liquids containing salts (chicken soup, for example).
If diarrhea lasts for more than 24 hours and is accompanied by a minority of urination, a doctor should be checked to make sure the baby is not in distress.
Careful pregnancy monitoring and awareness of suspicious signs that require a doctor’s examination increase the chances of a successful and risk-free pregnancy.
Remember, when it comes to pregnancy- it’s better to double check and better safe than sorry.
You know your body and you should trust your intuition because you know best even when everyone are saying that you are hysteric.