Symptoms Of Concern / Warning Signals
It is extremely important to notify the office or the on-call physician for any of the following symptoms:
• Temperature of 101º OR ABOVE.
• Vaginal bleeding, more than a one-time spotting.
• Leaking or gush of fluid from the vagina, rupture of the “bag of water.”
• Irritating or persistent abdominal pain and/or firmness.
• Sudden and severe swelling of hands, feet, ankles, or face.
• Urgency, difficulty, pain, or burning when urinating, or inability to urinate.
• Persistent vomiting or diarrhea, or inability to tolerate any intake for over 24 hours.
• Sudden or continuous headaches not relieved by acetaminophen or rest.
• Blurred vision or other visual disturbances.
• Sudden or persistent upper abdominal pain, epigastric pain.
• A decrease or drastic change in the usual movement of your baby.
If you have been involved in a serious fall, motor vehicle accident, or any trauma to your abdomen, call your physician immediately and be prepared to go to the nearest Emergency Room to be evaluated.
Note: When calling your physician, please have a pharmacy phone number available