List of Serious Pregnancy Problems and Complications, a Pregnant woman encounter in the First 12 weeks of Pregnancy (First Trimester)?
1) Ectopic Pregnancy – Pregnancy outside the womb
Ectopic Pregnancy is caused when a fertilized egg lodges in a Fallopian tube. In this actually, the baby developed just next to her mother’s uterus from outside. The Women Placenta is not attached properly, it’s on the outside of the uterine wall. And, the Symptoms of an Ectopic Pregnancy are often confused, many pregnant women often link it with a miscarriage or pelvic inflammatory disease.
Talk to Your doctor, he will advise you what to do next, because Ectopic Pregnancy does not convert into a live birth. And, these types of Pregnancy Problems need extra care and attention.
2) Molar Pregnancy – Overgrowth of placental tissue
It’s very rare to have a molar pregnancy, it happened when a fetus doesn’t form properly in the mother’s womb and the baby is not developed. If you continue with the molar pregnancy, then the chances of having an abnormal baby are more and maybe cannot survive.
Miscarriage means losing your back before the 20th week of Pregnancy. The most common signs of miscarriage are vaginal bleeding and abdominal pain early in pregnancy. There are many types of Miscarriage like:-
- Threatened Miscarriage
- Incomplete Miscarriage
- Inevitable Miscarriage
- Complete Miscarriage
And all of them have different signs and symptoms, you need to discuss the chances of miscarriage in your case and what can be done to avoid it.
4) Continuous Nausea and Extensive Vomiting
Nausea and Vomiting are something that is very common in Pregnancy. Some Pregnant Women experience heavy nausea and vomiting problems during their First Trimester of Pregnancy. On the other hand, some women are lucky they don’t have to go through this issue.
Continuous Nausea and Extensive Vomiting are known as hyperemesis gravidarum. It can lead to weight loss, weakness, and Dizziness, etc.
To overcome this problem sometimes you need to get hospitalized for further treatment.
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