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Pregnant, abdominal discomfort. Suggestions?

Hello I'm 4weeks pregnant on my second child. This pregnancy is unlike the first. I'm suffering from abdominal discomfort. I feel sick after eating with strange pains in my gut. I'm extremely bloated and my burps taste of rotten eggs. Also I can't stop farting and sometimes the pain comes and the only relief is to try go for a poo. Is this normal? Also trying to sleep lying down can cause the pain to get worse. Also my stomach is making lots of noises for hours after I eat along with the gas and discomfort. I'm worried as I didn't experience this during my first pregnancy? Any help appreciated
Asked On : Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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Hello dear these symptoms are quite normal in preg and these canbe avoided to some extent like eat in bits means in small amount but frequently secondaly dont lie after eating,,,stay blesed
Answered: Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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