Pregnancy and its complications

Pregnancy is the term used to describe the period during which a fetus develops in a woman's womb or uterus. Pregnancy usually lasts around 40 weeks, or just over 9 months, measured from the last menstrual period until delivery. Health care providers refer to three segments of pregnancy, called trimesters. Missing period, headache, light bleeding and spotting, hypertension, heartburn, constipation, cramps, back pain, anemia, breast changing, vomiting’s etc. are some of the symptoms of pregnancy. Anemia, Urinary Tract Infections, mental health conditions, diabetes, hypertension, weight gain etc. are some of the major complications of pregnancy.

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