Most cases of morning sickness are annoying -- but not harmful. But if you're throwing up so much that you can't keep liquids down or if you're not urinating, you need to let the doctor know right away. It can also be a sign that you're suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum -- a type of extreme morning sickness that can last throughout your entire pregnancy. Also call if you haven't been able to keep food down for two days straight, if you think you have food poisoning, or if the vomiting is accompanied by a high fever. In these cases, you may need to go to the hospital for IV fluids. If you're less than 12 weeks pregnant , you're doubled over with sharp cramps on one side of your stomach, and you've yet to have an ultrasound, your doctor will want to rule out an ectopic pregnancy one in which the egg has implanted itself in the fallopian tube rather than in the uterus. Later on in your pregnancy, call if the pain is intense or recurrent, since it could be anything from contractions to appendicitis.
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The second that the test turns blue, you have traditionally been turned over to a nanny state that tells you to avoid soft cheese, sushi, caffeine, nuts sometimes, sometimes not and a whole list of other things that you only begin to crave the second that you are told that you cannot have them. What pregnant women have never been encouraged to do is to use their own common sense, assessing the risk of these items in some cases vanishingly small in order to work out whether to avoid them or not. The result is that intelligent women, well-versed in risk perception in all other areas of their adult lives, spend nine months blindly obeying rules that are often bizarre in the extreme. They are not encouraged to act like grown ups and decide for themselves what risks they are willing to take.
By Karen Robock Apr 1, First-time mom-to-be Sarah Mahimwala was shocked to look down one afternoon during a heat wave this past July and see that her feet were dramatically swollen and had ballooned in size. Edema or swelling in the hands, feet and ankles is very common especially during the heat of summer. Puffiness in the face and neck can also occur—especially after the 20th week , says Andree Gruslin, interim chair of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Ottawa and Ottawa Hospital. Changes in blood chemistry cause some fluid to shift into your tissues, and by the third trimester , the weight of your uterus puts so much pressure on your pelvic veins and the vena cava the large vein on the right side of your body that carries blood from your legs and feet back up to your heart , that blood can pool, forcing fluid retention below the knees.