When to Call the Doctor

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High fever
(over 102 degrees):
or fever lasting more than 24 hours
Swelling of ankles or feet:
Signs of pregnancy-induced hypertension, especially if accompanied by blurry vision or seeing sports.
Persistent vomiting or diarrhea:
Can lead to dehydration
When to Call the Doctor
Severe, constant headaches:
or headaches not relieved by acetaminophen. Sign of hypertension
especially if accompanied by cramping. Could signal miscarriage
Persistent pain or cramping:
Could indicate something unusual happening with the baby, or something unrelated, such as appendicitis.

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