Are there any warning signs I should look for during week 15 of pregnancy?

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During week 15 of pregnancy it is a good time to familiarize yourself with symptoms of urinary tract and bladder infection. Urinary tract infections are common but you may not notice early symptoms. If you have a UTI, holding your urine and waiting to urinate can push the bacteria up into your bladder. Symptoms like cloudy or bloody urine, pain while urinating, abdominal cramping, blood in your stools, persistent nausea and vomiting, fever or chills, difficulty with bowel movements, or even confusion and fatigue can signal complications with a UTI. If you have one or more symptoms, talk to your doctor right away.

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