Pregnancy is the nine months period in which a woman carries a developing embryo and fetus in her womb. However, during pregnancy, both the woman and her developing child face various health risks.
Pregnancy symptoms includes tender, swollen breasts, fatigue, implantation bleeding, nausea or vomiting, increased sensitivity to odors, abdominal bloating, frequent urination, a missed period, a missed period, your basal body temperature stays high and the proof: a positive home pregnancy test. For the vast majority of women, pregnancy follows a fairly routine course. Some women, however, have complications or challenges related to their health or the health of their baby.
These women experience what is called a high-risk pregnancy. Your heart works harder, your temperature registers slightly higher, body secretions increase, joints and ligaments are more flexible and hormones are altered.