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Morning sickness kind of feeling throughout the day, extreme when air is in digestive tract, bowel movement when nauseous. Infection sign?

I have what seems to be a slightly different kind of morning sickness . It lasts all day, but its most severe when I have air in my digestive track at all (and causes extreme discomfort if I can t burp, which eventually makes me throw up). Usually if I m nauseas it means I have to pass a bm, but the stool has been soft and has smelled bad. I ve been told that s a possible sign of infection, but I m also 9 weeks pregnant. I m horribly uncomfortable, because it s bm related and not just hormones I find that nausea medication doesn t work, water and saltines make it worse, there seems to be no relief for my all day symptoms. Any advice or insight would be so appreciated.
Asked On : Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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Hi..Sara.., int the first trimester(first12weeks) of pregnancy, there will be increased production of the HCG hormone.., thi will cause nausea, and vomiting,.. you need to continue with good nutrition because this is the most important period , during which the internal organs of the fetus will develop.. hence good nutrition is must.. don't worry about passing flatus..
Take care..
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