Call your health care provider right away if you have:
- Unusual or severe cramping or abdominal pain
- Noticeable changes in your baby’s movement after 28 weeks gestation (if you don’t count 10 movements in 2 hours or less)
- Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath that seems to be getting worse
Signs of premature labor including:
- Regular tightening or pain in the lower abdomen or back.
- Any bleeding in the second or third trimester.
- Fluid leak.
- Pressure in the pelvis or vagina.
Also call your health care provider if you have any of the following conditions during pregnancy:
- A fever over 100.4° Fahrenheit
- Severe or persistent vomiting
- Severe diarrhea
- Fainting spells or dizziness
- Pain, burning, or trouble urinating
- Unusual vaginal discharge
- Vaginal bleeding
- Swelling in your hands, fingers, or face
- Blurred vision or spots before your eyes
- Sore, cracked, or bleeding nipples
- Severe headaches
- Pain or cramping in your arms, legs, or chest