If you are between 20 and 37 weeks pregnant, call 911 or other emergency services immediately if you:
Experience severe vaginal bleeding.
Have severe abdominal (belly) pain.
Are in your third trimester and have had fluid gushing or leaking from your vagina (the amniotic sac has ruptured) AND you know or think the umbilical cord is bulging into your vagina (cord prolapse). If this happens, immediately get down on your knees so your buttocks are higher than your head to decrease pressure on the cord until help arrives. Cord prolapse can cut off the fetus's blood supply. (These measures apply to you if you are as early as 24 weeks pregnant.)
If you are between 20 and 37 weeks pregnant, call your doctor or midwife immediately or go to the hospital if you: