No symptoms and warning signs during pregnancy
It is normal to have no symptoms during pregnancy.Here's a rundown of symptoms that should set off your warning bells.
-Vaginal bleeding or spotting.
-Your baby is moving or kicking less than usual
-An increase in vaginal discharge or a change in the type of discharge
-Abdominal pain or Pelvic pressure
-Menstrual-like cramping or abdominal pain, or more than four contractions in an hour before 37 weeks.
-Painful or burning urination
-Chills or fever of 100 degrees Fahrenheit or higher.
-Persistent or severe headache
- Fainting, frequent dizziness, a rapid heartbeat, heart palpitations or difficulty breathing, coughing up blood, or chest pain.