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Easing Pregnancy Discomforts

Extreme Fatigue:
A possible sign of anemia, or iron deficiency in the blood.

Persistent Vomiting or Diarrhea or a High Fever Lasting More Than 24 Hours:
Any of these conditions can cause dehydration, which in turn can damage the baby's developing organs.

A possible sign of a miscarriage or of placenta previa.

Constant Abnominal Pain or Craming:
Symptoms that may indicate an ectopic pregnancy or pending miscarriage.

Severe Headaches or Sudden, Excessive  Swelling of the Hands and Face:
Possible signs of pregnancy-induced hypertension, and preeclampsia.