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Pregnant, having severe cold, dull pain in lower abdomen and clicking on coughing. Suggestion?

I am 5-6 weeks pregnant. I have a very bad cold and have been coughing. I now have a dull pain in my lower left abdomen that gets a bit worse when I cough. I also feel a strange clicking when I cough (not every time). Also, most of my symptoms seem to have gone away today in the afternoon (ie no longer nauseous, breasts not tender). What should I do?
Asked On : Sun, 10 Jun 2012
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Hi,
Thanks for query,
It seems that you are having viral infection.
As you are having first trimester pregnancy,avoid medicine.
And as you are getting improvement,take no medicine, if require you may take paracetamol as and when required.
Pain in lower abdomen is due to stretching of muscles due to coughing and it has no significance.
Take rest and have plenty of water.
If symptoms of cold worsen then go for medicine after consultation of your Obst.
Ok and bye.,
Answered: Sun, 10 Jun 2012
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