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Pregnant. Having smelly stool and gas, fearing to eat food, feeling weak. Any advice?

am thirty two weeks pregnant and for the last close to one week i have been having very smelly stools and smelly gas/burps that comes from the mouth, with a lot of stomach rumbling and some epigastric pain and every time i eat anything i just throw up and it has made me fear food that i hardly eat at all and its making me really weak. Whats your advice?
Asked On : Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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Dear Patient,

Its normal in pregnancy to have all these symptoms you are experiencing. Kindly continue taking good amount of foods which include fruits and vegetables, less oil and oil cooked foods. take
Tab.Omeprazole 20 Mg 1 tablet before break fast for 10 days. will relieve u from your gas/burps. Brush your teeth two times daily post meals especially after dinner
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Answered: Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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