Abnormal symptoms that need to be reported at once to you doctor:

Persistent nausea or vomiting that interferes with adequate food or fluid intake

Vaginal bleeding (except spotting after exam)

Fluid leaking or gushing of from the vagina

Persistent headaches that can’t be relieved by Tylenol, hydration and rest

Vision spots, flashes of light or blind spots

Painful urination

Sores near the vaginal opening

Abdominal pain or cramping that lasts longer than one hour

Fainting or severe dizziness

Temperature over 101

Tightening, cramping, contractions or pressure occurring in a regular pattern

Fetal movement stops or decreases

Sudden weight gain or swelling

Decrease in urinary output, fever, or backache