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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. Read the rest of this entry »
It is normal to have headaches during pregnancy, especially in the early months; these are generated by voltage and are constant pain in both or one side of the head and back of the neck.
Not yet determined what caused the headaches that increase in pregnancy, but can be produced with the hormonal change that occurs during pregnancy.
The headaches usually tend to diminish or disappear from the second quarter, this happens because the hormonal change is stabilized and the body gets used to it. Read the rest of this entry »