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Diabetic, causes of rib pain in 2nd trimester - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hello
Doctor :   How can I help, xxx ?
User :   i am 5 monthspregnant and i am having rib pain i.e under my right breast ,is it something to worry.
Doctor :   Are you with me ?
User :   yes
User :   I am diabetic also
Doctor :   No
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Are your Blood sugars under control
User :   why am getting d pain den..
User :   yes last the sugar levels were 98 and 134
User :   98 -fasting and 134 after 1.5 hrs of having food
Doctor :   It is due to the Growing Uterus that is pushing theUterus up and hence the other contents of the Stomach are getting pushed up
User :   are d sugar levels ok
Doctor :   hence the pain that you might be having
Doctor :   Very much undercontrol I should say
User :   will diabetic create any problm for d baby
Doctor :   yes there will be changes that are seen and they shall need to kept a watch out for.

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