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Reviewed by the Faculty of Harvard Medical School

Warning Signs Of A Potential Problem During The First Trimester

Sometimes problems that require medical attention can arise during pregnancy. Call your obstetrical care provider, if you experience any of the symptoms listed below:

  • Vaginal bleeding
  • Pain or burning when you urinate
  • Very bad or frequent headaches
  • Severe vomiting
  • Pelvic pain or cramps
  • Increasing pelvic pressure

If pains are severe or bleeding heavy enough to soak a sanitary pad each hour, call your health care professional right away, whatever the hour. If you have any other problems or concerns, call your obstetrical care professional's office, or write them down to discuss at your next visit.

Last updated July 1, 2009




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