Early Pregnancy Problems
Problems and complications can be occurring during pregnancy due to many reasons. The early pregnancy problem arises mostly because the pregnancy is not forming properly or sometimes due to women’s health condition. These issues evolve because of hormonal and body changes that occur throughout pregnancy. Early pregnancy can be a stressful time for women, mostly if the parents have been waiting for pregnancy for a long time or being pregnant for the first time. Don’t be shy if you have any worries during pregnancy speak to your doctor about your risk of complications. Your doctor will help you to solve all of your pregnancy issues.
What are the factors for early pregnancy problems?
There are a lot of reasons and factors that may increase early pregnancy complications. They may be because of
- Being pregnant at a very young age.
- Conceiving over the age of 40
- If you already give birth to multiples like twins or triples
- Too much Smoking
- Drug addiction
- A lot of alcohol drinking
- If you have already a history of miscarriage and preterm birth.
What are Early Pregnancy complications and Problems?
In pregnancy articles, I will discuss everything to know about pregnancy problems. Here I will discuss some of the common early pregnancy problems that Help pregnant women to know how to respond if any of the complications you face.
1: High blood pressure
High blood pressure is when there is a narrowing of the arteries that bring blood from the heart to the lungs and the placenta. A greater risk of many other complications, including preeclampsia, is associated with high blood pressure. As a woman progresses during her pregnancy, she may change her blood pressure. Because of high blood pressure, there are more chances to give birth before your due date
Reasons for High blood pressure during pregnancy?
Several reasons cause high blood pressure during early pregnancy but these are the most common
- Being overweight
- Diabetes or other autoimmune disorders
- Not having any physical exercise
- First-time pregnancy
- Overage pregnancy
Symptoms of High blood pressure in pregnancy
During pregnancy when your blood pressure is high you will be following symptoms
- Persevering headaches
- face and hands will swell
- Difficulty to see
- Abdomen pains
- Vomiting or nausea later in pregnancy
- Breathing problems
2: Hyperemesis Gravidarum:
Although many pregnant women experience morning sickness and other pain during pregnancy Such as nausea probably with vomiting in the morning. Hyperemesis Gravid arum is extreme nausea that results in a serious loss of weight and may require medication. Speak to your doctor if you’ve had HG in the past or you are concerned about getting pregnant again. It is necessary to make sure that you are ready to start another pregnancy, mentally, emotionally, and psychologically.
What is the symptom of HG?
A woman faced Extreme nausea and vomiting in HG. Each week of pregnancy is getting more difficult. Vomiting and decreased appetite tend to dehydration and weight loss. HG is worse more than usual morning sickness.
- prolonged and severe nausea and vomiting
- feeling faint
- dizziness low blood pressure
- Weight loss of more than 5 pounds
- loss of appetite
How is hyperemesis gravidarum diagnosed?
Your doctor first wants to know about your pregnancy history. HG is mostly diagnosed in different ways
- Blood and urine simple are taken to check the sign of dehydration.
- The doctor also does some stomach test to check the reason for vomit and nausea.
- Through Ultrasound
- Examine your weight
How to treat HG?
HG can lead to a lack of adequate nutrients, which can affect both you and your baby. However, with adequate care after pregnancy, there are usually no long-term consequences on either mom or baby. HG care depends on the extent of the symptoms. Your doctor can prescribe methods to avoid nausea naturally, such as vitamin B-6 or ginger. To keep hydrated, drink plenty of fluids. The goal is to ensure that you have the proper nutrition to keep you and your child safe.
3: Placenta Previa:
The placenta gives your baby oxygen and nutrients for proper growth when you are pregnant. The placenta typically attaches to the upper part of the uterus.
What is the symptom of Placenta Previa?
The key symptom is vaginal bleeding, which is not caused by cramping or other distress. However, some women don’t feel any symptoms. The diagnosis will be confirmed by your doctor using ultrasound or physical exam.
How to treat Placenta Previa?
Bleeding during pregnancy is the reason for placenta Previa. During pregnancy, some woman has blood spot but they face heavy bleeding that it will be harmful to their baby that’s why they need proper prenatal care. They need to stay at the hospital and required a c-section to deliver their baby.
4: Gestational Diabetes:
Gestational diabetes is a form of diabetes that occurs in pregnancy. One of the greatest risks of gestational diabetes is that your baby can develop even larger than average, a condition called macrosomia.
What are the symptoms of Gestational Diabetes?
There is no such symptom of GD. The doctor does an ultrasound or screening of every single pregnant woman in week 24 or week 28 to check the baby’s condition and then diagnosed GD.
How to treat Gestational Diabetes?
A good old diet and exercise are a good way to get started. The diet can manage a very high percentage of gestational diabetes. However, some women with GDM will need to take drugs (pills or even insulin) to regulate blood sugar levels. But if both do not work then the doctor will do a cesarean section to save you and your baby’s life.
Miscarriage is a pregnancy failure in the first 20 weeks of pregnancy. The causes of the miscarriage have not always been identified. Most miscarriage happens in the first trimester, which is the first 13 weeks of pregnancy.
What is the symptom of Miscarriage?
Miscarriage occurs when the pregnancy stops growing. The pregnancy tissue would finally migrate out of the body. There are no such symptoms some women will experience cramps, period-like discomfort, and, in most cases, vaginal bleeding.