Thursday, November 25, 2010

mamasue's pregnancy : 27 weeks

so next week mamasue genaplan 7 months pregnant...moving from 6 months to 7 months pregnancy, mmg mamasue perasan baby is moving very actively. kejap minggu ni rasa kt atas, minggu depan tu rasa kt belah kiri perut, minggu lain plak belah kanan perut, almaklumlah perut besar byk space.

since doktor teka baby girl, as usual lah...papa dah get ready nama & dah bgtau pun kt dhiya...but tp be finalised by mamasue...hehehe...

kt bwh ni mamasue list kan dr website baby ni psl symptoms2 yg pregnant mother kene amik tahu...


Surprising Facts: Symptoms you should never ignore



So many aches, pains, and strange feelings arise during pregnancy that it can be hard to decide what's normal and what warrants a call to your doctor or midwife. To complicate matters further, some symptoms may be more or less urgent depending on your particular situation or health history and on how far along you are in your pregnancy. Here's a rundown of symptoms that could be a sign of a problem. If you have any of these complaints, call your doctor or midwife immediately:

Before you reach 37 weeks:

• Pelvic pressure (a feeling that your baby is pushing down), lower back pain (especially if it's a new problem for you), menstrual-like cramping or abdominal pain, or more than four contractions in an hour (even if they don't hurt)

• An increase in vaginal discharge or a change in the type of discharge — if it becomes watery, mucus-like, or bloody (even if it's only pink or blood-tinged)

At any time:

• Your baby is moving or kicking less than usual

• Severe or persistent abdominal pain or tenderness

• Vaginal bleeding or spotting, or watery discharge

• Pain or burning when you urinate, or little or no urination

• Severe or persistent vomiting, or any vomiting accompanied by pain or fever

• Chills or a fever of 100 degrees Fahrenheit or higher

• Blurred or double vision, or seeing spots or "floaters"

• A severe or persistent headache, or any headache accompanied by blurred vision, slurred speech, or numbness

• Any swelling in your face or puffiness around your eyes, anything more than mild swelling in your fingers or hands, or severe or sudden swelling in your legs, feet, or ankles, or a rapid weight gain (more than 4 pounds in a week)

• Severe or persistent leg or calf pain that doesn't ease up when you flex your ankle and point your toes toward your nose, or one leg significantly more swollen than the other

• Trauma to your abdomen

• Fainting, frequent dizziness, rapid heartbeat, or palpitations

• Difficulty breathing, coughing up blood, or chest pain

• Severe constipation accompanied by abdominal pain or severe diarrhea that lasts more than 24 hours

• Persistent intense itching all over

• Any health problem that you'd ordinarily call your practitioner about, even if it's not pregnancy-related (like worsening asthma or a cold that gets worse rather than better)






3 yg dah komen:

mummy_ayu said...

semoga semuanya berjalan dgn lancar...amin..

lydzar said...

hehe tak lama dah ni

[-suziey-] said...

ish bestnye la hai pregnant..dh lama xrasa movement baby in d womb :D

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