Signs you should Call your Medical Practitioner

Pregnancy can bring happiness as well as inconvenience. Happy because of the new life growing in your womb. Uncomfortable because of the complaints that accompany pregnancy, such as nausea, vomiting, and so forth. These complaints can lead to pregnancy which should be turned into a blissful period of not fun. You may also be concerned if a complaint which you feel is a sign of disorder in pregnancy. Actually, maybe the majority of the complaints that you’re experiencing is perfectly normal and caused by hormonal changes or stress experienced by the body due to pregnancy. Severe and prolonged, bleeding from the vaginal opening, rupture of the membranes (amniotic fluid discharge from the vagina), pain during urination.
There are also other signs that you should be aware, such as swelling of the hands, feet and face, vomiting is very frequent and severe, fever with body temperature over 38.3 degrees Celsius, and there was no fetal movement or less than 10 kicks within 12 hours of content at more than 28 weeks (seven months). If you experience any signs like that, immediately went to the doctor within 1 x 24 hours. Better you feel ashamed for being too worried than it was too late.
You also need to recognize the dangers that can occur during pregnancy such as pre-eclampsia, miscarriage, bleeding from the vagina, as well as anemia.
Pre-eclampsia often occur during pregnancy, with symptoms increased blood pressure (over 140/90 mmHg), increased weight very fast, swelling of the feet and hands, protein substances found in urine
If not treated, pre-eclampsia can progress to eclampsia (pregnancy poisoning) which can be fatal. In order to prevent eclampsia, immediately went to the doctor once met one of the above complaints.
Every pregnant woman can experience a miscarriage (usually within the first 12 weeks of pregnancy), so the pregnancy must be maintained at all times. Generally, the early symptom of bleeding from the birth canal is accompanied by cramping abdominal pain. If you encounter these symptoms, rest as much as possible and immediately went to the doctor.
Bleeding from vagina after 28 weeks of pregnancy may be due to placental abnormalities such as separation of the placenta from the uterine wall and placenta lies low. These complaints should not be considered trivial and should get immediate medical attention because a lot of bleeding may require blood transfusions.
Anemia caused by iron deficiency is common in pregnancy, and can be known from the hemoglobin (Hb) of blood is low. Untreated anemia can cause dangerous bleeding in childbirth.
The following are tips to overcome and prevent anemia:
• Expand the iron-containing foods like red meat and beans, liver, green vegetables, soybeans, green beans.
• Drinking milk maternity two glasses per day.
• Talk to your doctor if you are still below standard.