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Pregnancy, taken insulin previously, lower back pain, stomach pain - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   Hello doctor, I am 28 yrs old married female resides in Bangalore ,Karanataka-India.
I am in mine 21 st week of pregnancy. During second month of my pregnancy We discovered like that. Sugar levels are went high. So now it is under control by taking insulin. But since from 3 tom four days I am feeling high back ache. & since from 2 days lower stomach ache & some indigestion & loose motion from yesterday (twice). No vomiting sensation. Can u guide me control that.

Doctor :   There is nothing to worry about as long as your sugars are controlled,

User :   ok
Doctor :   Get a blood Sugar test, FBS and PPBS done
Doctor :   And Take care of the diet that you take
User :   But abt indegistion & motion twice day
Doctor :   You should take plenty of oral fluids and
Doctor :   Take a bland diet with curd rice, idly, bread and milk
Doctor :   The indigestion will subside on its own.
Doctor :   Are you with me Madhu?

User :   there nothing to worry abt this indegection right. I back ache wht we should take to get some hw better
Doctor :   You should take plenty of bed rest and lie down on your left side with your legs slightly elevated with a pillow

Doctor :   Avoid all kinds of strenuous physical activity'

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