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When should you call the doctor during pregnancy?

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Identifies the major alarms in pregnancy during the third trimester. If you experience any of the following situations, such as bleeding during pregnancy, call the doctor.

During the third trimester, medical appointments will be more frequent and will give you the opportunity to ask the doctor about symptoms and any signs that appear. You should call the doctor before any eventuality that causes you restlessness or that in your opinion is important. Anyway, we described some alarms in pregnancy during the third trimester you should consult.

Genital bleeding

Abundant bleeding, with or without abdominal pain, is one of the alarms in pregnancy and a reason to communicate urgently with the doctor.

If you do not get a fast communication, you should go to a hospital care site. Also in the third trimester, vaginal bleeding may be rare, “stained”, which may be normal. However, before this sign, which is also one of the alarms in pregnancy, you must inform the doctor to indicate the procedure to follow and determine the state you are in, possibly in a consultation.

Some causes of bleeding in the third trimester are:

  • Labor prematurely (premature).
  • Inflammation of the cervix, or rupture of blood vessels in the cervix, which may occur after pelvic examination or after intercourse.
  • Placenta previa: when the placenta is on or near the cervix.
  • Placental abruption early.
  • Mucus plug expulsion: it can present near the birth and consists of scarce genital bleeding (of less intensity than in the last days of the menstruation) associated with mucous material. This event is normal.

Decreased fetal movements

Each pregnant woman will be accustomed to the rhythm and frequency as her baby moves. For this reason, in the event of any change you perceive in this regard, you should consult your doctor because this is one of the alarms in pregnancy during the third trimester.

Expulsion of vaginal secretions

This expulsion may be due to different conditions such as:

  • Involuntary urine output, which has a characteristic odor and will not always come out effortlessly.
  • Mucus plug expulsion: it is a sticky material, mucoid and thick.
  • Vaginal discharge: usually whitish in appearance.
  • Loss of amniotic fluid: usually caused by rupture of membranes. It is seen as a jet outlet of a clear liquid, although sometimes it may be greenish, yellowish or reddish.

Anyway, if you have any questions, you should contact your doctor.

Other alarms in pregnancy during the third trimester

You should check with your doctor if you have: persistent or increased headache, visual disturbances you have not experienced during pregnancy, such as blurred vision, “seeing lights”, pain in the “pit of the stomach” Type burning and abdominal pain that is constant.

Be aware of:

  • Falls
  • Vaginal bleeding
  • Decreased or absent fetal movements
  • Try to adapt to the changes (insomnia, constipation, urinals, etc.)

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