Problems in later pregnancy
Some problems in later pregnancy will need immediate medical attention. Some go away after the baby is born. Whatever the problem, it's important that you and your baby are monitored throughout your pregnancy.
Any bleeding is later pregnancy is most likely to indicate a problem with your placenta. If you are bleeding, you will need medical attention.Learn more
Towards the end the pregnancy the baby will normally be upside down, and facing your back. If the baby's head is up it is said to be in breech position, if it is facing your belly, it is said to be posterior.Learn more
High blood pressure & preeclampsia
Pre-eclampsia is one of the more common complications of pregnancy and can happen at any time during the second half of pregnancy and the ?rst few days after the birth.Learn more
Between three and eight per cent of women will get gestational diabetes at some time between the 24th and the 28th week of pregnancy, sometimes earlier. It usually goes away after the baby is born.Learn more
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