Pregnancy Danger Signs
If you are pregnant and develop any of these symptoms, call your doctor or midwife immediately:
- Fever of 101 degrees Fahrenheit or higher.
- Sudden severe or continuous pain or cramping in the lower abdomen.
- Bleeding or spotting from your vagina.
- Injury to your stomach.
- Pain during urination.
- Sudden, severe swelling of your hands, feet or face.
- Sores or blisters on your genitals.
- Symptoms of vaginal infection, itching, burning and increase of unusual discharge.
- Involved in a car accident.
- Severe headaches or difficulty with vision.
- Continuous leaking of small amount of fluid from the vagina or gush of water from the vagina.
- Baby does not move for more than 1 day, after the 20th week of pregnancy or you are noticing decreasing fetal movement.
- 4 or more uterine contractions in one hour.
- Nausea, diarrhea, or vomiting.