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When should I call my doctor with a pregnancy concern?

When should I call my doctor with a pregnancy concern?


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First, it's important to know that you should feel comfortable calling your doctor's office for any reason. There's a lot of information on the internet and in books, but you're not expected to figure this out on your own. Second, have a chat with your obstetrician about any worrisome signs that you have.

Symptoms that you should not ignore include regular contractions for more than an hour, leakage of fluid or a change in discharge, vaginal bleeding or spotting, pelvic pressure, lower-back pain, menstrual-like cramping or abdominal pain, or if you don’t feel the baby moving normally, if you have an accident, fall on your belly, or have constant abdominal pain or tenderness. And if something doesn’t feel right, don’t wait to call your doctor. You already have mom's intuition, so listen to your body and feel free to call with any questions.


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