Getting pregnant in 40s: What to expect during late pregnancy?

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With late pregnancies or high-risk pregnancies, doctors recommend regular and frequent monitoring all through the nine months.

The most crucial factor is the discomfort, which runs high with late pregnancies. Be aware of all the risks and take pre-emptive measures. If you experience any pain or feeling which feels difficult to handle, get support.

Some potential signs to watch out for include:

-Vaginal bleeding or excessive discharge

-Amniotic fluid leak

-Disproportionate swelling which suddenly flares up.

-Severe headaches

-Excessive pain, ache in and around abdomen and belly area.

-UTIs, burning sensation when you pee.

-Any injuries which could pose a risk for the baby.

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