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Pregnant, have constipation with yellow slime, have infection in the gall blather with thick walls. Is that normal?

I am 15 weeks pregnant i have constipation and today it was with yellow slime is that normal?
I also have infection in the gall blather with thick walls us this dangerous?
I still womit every day..with pain in the upper part of the stomach...
I normally don't get more the 1000 calories a day as i don't have appetite.. My weight is 73 kg and i have lost 4 kg in my pregnancy.
i am trying to take small meals but most of it comes up even with gravinate sirup.

I recently got a scanning where it shows that the baby is near the birth canal is normal?

Thank you Dina
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.

Constipation is a common symptom of pregnancy. That can occur due to progesterone predominance.
You have to take plenty of oral fluids and laxatives to overcome it.
You once check for liver parameters to estimate the function.
You have to maintain weight according to your height.
In pregnancy around 9 to 11kgs weight gain is recommended but that will be depend on your pregnancy weight.
Change the anti-emetic with your doctor's advice that can help to some extent.
The position of the baby will be changing constantly till advanced pregnancy, so need to worry.

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Take care.

Answered: Sat, 11 May 2013
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