I am nine weeks pregnant and having lower abdominal pain, especially when I sneeze. Is lower abdominal pain normal in early pregnancy?
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I've had severe diarrhea for two weeks. It lessens when I eat only dry toast and soup, but if I eat anything more substantial, I almost immediately have diarrhea. Otherwise, controlling what I eat ...
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Question: I have constant pain and bloating in my stomach. The pain reduces a bit after eating but returns soon after. Any suggestions what I should do. Is it normal?Thanks. ?
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A 24-year-old woman, pregnant with a fetus at 22 weeks gestational age, came to the OB triage area with abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting.
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My question is I feel like I am always in somekind of pain but just pressure down around my abdomen. I am guessing it is stretching but it just seems like it is all the time, even during the night - ...
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Q. I am six weeks pregnant and suffering from terrible constipation. It has been 13 days since I had a bowel movement and nothing the doctor has suggested has worked. I was diagnosed with IBS ...
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same symptoms? dr's advice? I am 17 weeks and have experienced the same thing during the 1st trimester up to a few weeks ago. My doctor told me that the pregnancy hormones really slow down the ...
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2nd Trimester As the uterus continues to grow, the round ligaments (bands of fibrous tissue along both sides of the uterus) that support your uterus are pulled and stretched.
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Constipation and gas often go hand in hand. So, because many pregnant women get constipated, many have a lot of gas. Constipation is a common woe as hormones slow the rate of food passing through the ...
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in the early months, Many women have low, period-like pain for a day or so early in pregnancy around the time of their first missed period.
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