In the second and third trimesters of pregnancy, women may have contractions, which is a frequent factor that influences their decision on whether to call the doctor. When assessing uterine activity, several aspects, including frequency, duration, severity, and length of time of contractions, are taken into consideration.
- During your pregnancy, if you have any of the following symptoms, you should contact your practitioner right away: Heavy bleeding or bleeding accompanied by cramping or severe pain in the lower abdomen may be a sign of a uterine rupture.
- Pain in the lower abdomen that is severe and does not go away, either in the middle of the abdomen or on one or both sides, even if it is not accompanied by bleeding.
When should I Call my doctor if I have pelvic pressure?
— Excruciating pain in the pelvic or the vaginal area (Pressure is normal in 2 nd and 3 rd trimesters.) In addition, make sure to get in touch with your doctor if you have any of the following problems while you are pregnant:
When should I Call my doctor if my baby isn’t moving?
If you develop any of the following symptoms, please contact your doctor straight away: Abdominal cramping or discomfort that is unusually intense or both. Alterations in the movements of your unborn child after 28 weeks of gestation, which you see when sitting quietly or lying down and occur when there are less than 10 movements in every two hours.