During pregnancy, many changes take place in a woman's body. Most common complaints are normal, and they usually come from changes in your body such as the increasing size of the uterus and baby and the increased blood volume and fluid in your body. But how do you know if your complaint is normal or requires further evaluation? Common complaints do not necessarily mean they are always normal.

This guide below is for every pregnant woman with a complaint to learn which common complaints are normal and which require further evaluation either in the office or in the emergency room. If you have a question, you should call the office or go to the emergency room for further evaluation

Common Complaints During Pregnancy