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Gassy pain under breasts, nausea. Trying to concieve. Gassy pain symptom of pregnancy?

I ve hade trapped wind for 2days now. I ve moved my bowels & I ve been passing gass. However this pain is still very abrupt. My right side under my breasts is where the pain is more. I feel quite nauseous although I haven t vomited. I m not due on my period for approx 6 days. But I have been trying for baby. Could this server trapped wind be an early symptom of pregnancy??
Asked On : Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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Thank you for the query.

Yes, this can be a sign of pregnancy. However there are other conditions which should be ruled out at first.
Gas and stool blockage with abdominal pain and nausea can be caused by partial bowels obstruction due to inflammatory bowels disease.
Upper right abdominal pain can be also caused by gallstones (especially when radiating to the back and appears after a meal), pancreas disease.
Simple constipation due to bad diet (low fiber intake, low water intake) can also give such symptoms.

I suggest you to visit your doctor, have physical examination, abdominal ultrasound (abdominal X-ray should be done however if you are pregnant it is contraindicated), pregnancy test, urine tests, liver tests, amylase.

Hope this will help.
Answered: Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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