Pregnancy Problems

While every pregnant woman wishes for a healthy and full pregnancy, the reality is that in many cases pregnancy problems do arise. These complications can range from mild to severe, including general health concerns as well as those specific to pregnancy, and may result in pregnancy loss.  Learn more about the types of problems that may arise during pregnancy and about what you can do to minimize your risk for any pregnancy complications.  Also find out about what to do incase of a pregnancy emergency and about how to keep yourself as healthy as possible during pregnancy.

Pregnancy Risk Factors

Luckily, there are some pregnancy risks factors that women can avoid in order to increase the chances of having a healthy pregnancy and child. Indeed, exposure to toxins such as cigarettes and alcohol is likely to affect both the mother as well as the baby's health, the consequences of which may have lasting effects in the future.  There are also certain foods to avoid when pregnant to ensure a healthy and safe delivery of your baby. Ultrasounds and blood tests during pregnancy can also help to keep an eye on your baby's development and watch for any signs of pregnancy complications.  Many complications can be handled early on before they develop into serious problems for you or your baby.  Be sure to have regular check ups with your doctor throughout your pregnancy.

Pregnancy Complications

Even if a mother avoids exposure to potentially dangerous substances, other unexpected pregnancy complications

may arise. Knowing some of the signs and symptoms of these pregnancy concerns can help ensure early diagnosis and treatment of these potentially harmful conditions.  Also, be sure to get regular check ups during your pregnancy so that your doctor can watch for signs of common pregnancy complications like preeclampsia, gestational diabetes, or a low birth weight baby.

Pregnancy complications not only affect the mother's health but may impact the health of her child. Our complications with baby section provides a useful guide for parents concerned with medical conditions that may affect their newborn baby.  Learn more about how to keep your baby safe.

STDS and Pregnancy

Sexually transmitted diseases pose unique concerns during pregnancy, since these may affect an unborn child or be transmitted from mother to baby during birth. Find out about treatment options and health precautions that women can take when it comes to STDs and pregnancy.  Also learn more about which STDs are most dangerous for newborn babies and about what to do if you contract one of these STDs prior to or during pregnancy.  There are treatments that can be given to protect your baby.  Find out more today.

Complications can be quite unexpected during pregnancy and can happen to anyone at any point, it is a doctors job to spot these as early as possible and deal with them quickly and as best they can. 

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hey there. all the information provided. even the video. both ar eery information. starting motherhood. is the most my thing. but it is a sensitive time too. every lady should take care of herself in every way. it's the matter of two lives then. I wish everybody trying to get successful. I myself is in contact with a good clinic. they are having their open session. I can't miss this chance. you should go for it too.
6 years ago
You people did an amazing job by sharing this information. You give hope to so many people facing infertility. I appreciate your work. I was an infertile lady. I felt that I can't be a mother ever. In any case, I never realized that something better is waiting for me. Today I am a blessed mother. I have a child through IVF. I am so happy to have her. I trust each couple would be honored by such an astounding gift.
6 years ago
This post is amazing. Infertility problems are burgeoning day by day. It is a big problem nowadays. Thankfully methods like surrogacy and IVF exists now. I have also a baby through surrogacy. She is my life. Thanks to surrogacy.
6 years ago
Hi. Well this is really informative and it really helped me alot. I also want to share experience of my infertile friend. She was suffering from infertility from about 6 years. But she did not lose hoe
6 years ago
Hi, I know exactly how you feel I've had two miscarriages, well the ONLY two times I've got pregnant they both ended in miscarriages its been 3 years since my last miscarriage and I am ready to try again, I just stopped the pill about a month ago and I am 3 days late for my period, I have been gassy, cramping, bloated, having headaches but I have taken 4 pregnancy tests in the last week and they were all negative WHAT COULD BE UP? Does anyone have any advice or anything they can tell me? just looking for some friendly advice. Thanks so much.
6 years ago