During pregnancy, several complications can often be very scary for expectant mothers, and although some are more dangerous than others, it is good to know to know what steps to take if they occur. However, it is worth to know that these complications often occur in very low percentages of pregnancies.
One of these complications is Preeclampsia is a disorder that affects a little complicated between three and eight percent of pregnant women, especially after twenty weeks. In this condition can present two main symptoms that arrive at the same time, which is high blood pressure and protein in the urine.
Most pregnant women who develop preeclampsia have a version of the disease is not very serious and close to the due date, so that with proper care in pregnancy concluded successfully with the mother and baby in good condition. But there are women who develop the disease more safe and can affect several of their bodies, so in these cases the delivery date is ahead.
Another complication in the pregnancy is ectopic pregnancy that happens when a fertilized egg implants somewhere else outside the womb. This embryo can be implanted in an ovary, a fallopian tube in the abdomen, the cervix and even the scar of a previous cesarean.
The only option for this complication is to terminate the pregnancy because there is no way to take the embryo and implant in the uterus and if left in the place where, as it grows it can cause serious health problems such as rupture of a tube tubes.