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Not all warning signs mean something is wrong. Use these as a guide when communicating with your caregiver.
- Severe persistent pelvic pain, especially with fever. Very heavy bleeding or a malodorous discharge after the first few days.
- Distinct area of redness and pain in a breast, especially if accompanied by fever.
- Worsening pain or swelling of the vaginal area after the first few days.
- The loss of sexual desire or pleasure is a problem for either partner.
- Inability to carry out baby care; uncontrollable crying.
- Morbid concern about baby
- Paralyzing indecision about job.
- Persistent depression.
- Inability to sleep, eat and concentrate on performance of daily activities
- Hatred of baby
For more information, please read:
- Physical and Emotional Changes During Pregnancy
- The Second Trimester: Physical and Emotional Changes
- The Third Trimester: Physical and Emotional Changes.
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