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Avantika Singh, January 30 2024

List of Pregnancy Complications

Pregnancy is an exciting time in every woman's life, not only for women but in a couple's life. However, the pregnancy journey comprises its ups and downs, and by downs, we hint at pregnancy complications.

Now, you might do everything in your power to avoid pregnancy complications; however, it is impossible to avoid their chances. Let's understand the causes of pregnancy complications and their types. Moreover, exploring options such as stem cell preservation can play a significant role in proactive family planning and safeguarding the potential health benefits for the future.

Pregnancy Complications

Here is a list of pregnancy complications:

Gestational diabetes is a temporary rise in blood sugar levels during the pregnancy period. The risks of pregnancy complications include infants born with excessive weight, breathing problems, low blood sugar, type 2 diabetes, and stillbirth or preterm birth.

It is a pregnancy situation characterized by an unexpected growth in blood pressure and swelling of the legs, feet, and hands of the pregnant woman. Pre-eclampsia is caused by placenta improper growth.

Placenta previa occurs when the placenta begins to develop within the lower uterus and covers the outlet of the cervix, which could cause pregnancy complications for the duration of the following birth.

Read also: What Are the Common Risks During Pregnancy?

Hyperemesis gravidarum is a pregnancy complication that refers to intractable vomiting, which leads to weight loss and volume depletion. It might cause ketonuria or ketonemia, and it is caused due to increasing levels of a harmone called human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG).

Ectopic pregnancy complication occurs when a fertilized egg gets implanted outside the uterus, usually in the fallopian tubes. The pregnancy is not viable, and the risk of pregnancy complications leads to terminating the pregnancy.

Sometimes, improper nutrition or unhealthy habits may cause the fetus to develop congenital disabilities, like heart, brain, or spine disease, which may be revealed later in the pregnancy stage or after birth.

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It is unavoidable to prevent pregnancy complications, but by following healthy pregnancy tips, one can ensure a healthy pregnancy. Also, if you are facing any issues, do not forget to explain the problem to your doctor.

We know that you will give everything, every facility, to your baby once you welcome them. However, have you thought about how you will protect your baby from life-threatening diseases? Well, don't worry. We have the solution - stem cell banking. Visit the Cryoviva website today to learn more about cord blood cell preservation.

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Avantika Singh


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