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Abdominal pain during 6 weeks pregnancy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Hi
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   i'm 6 week pregnancy, since yesterday night i have stomouch pain
Doctor :   do u have fever
User :   no
User :   right below abdominal
Doctor :   how severe is the pain
User :   slightly coming and going
Doctor :   do u have any bleeding?
User :   no
Doctor :   did u hurt urself
User :   pain is similar like regular period pain
User :   i'm lifted little heavy suitecase yesterday
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Many women will experience occasional bouts of lower abdominal pain during pregnancy.
Doctor :   while frightening at best abdominal pain during pregnancy is usually a normal and harmless condition
Doctor :   for some women occasional or sporadic abdominal discomfort during pregnancy similar to menstrual cramps may simply be a sign that your uterus is preparing to carry your baby through the next nine months of pregnancy
Doctor :   r u able to follow
User :   yes, dr
Doctor :   Abdominal pain accompanied by other symptoms however, including chills, fever, spotting or bleeding , then u need to consult gynecologist
Doctor :   any doubts?
Doctor :   Keep in mind if any of your cramps are consistent and accompanied by bleeding, excessive discharge or other worrisome symptoms you should contact your gynecologist immediately
User :   i had ecclampsia during first pregnancy of 22 week, Dr in the terminated and i was almost 15days admitted there
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   i suggest u to consult gynecologist if the pain persists
Doctor :   anything else u want to know about
User :   r you there?
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   please take adequate rest
User :   any precaution do we need to take now?
Doctor :   and please avoid lifting weight
User :   ok
Doctor :   Try to remain calm regardless of what you are experiencing
Doctor :   if any problem u got to promptly consult gynecology
Doctor :   like as i said to you
Doctor :   bleeding or chills or spotting
User :   when vomiting going to starts?
Doctor :   u should be experiencing it
User :   last time vomiting was severe, i'm not getting now
Doctor :   Up to 70% of all women get mild to moderate symptoms during the first three months (first trimester) of pregnancy. These symptoms are usually gone by the fourth month.
User :   feeling like that but not actually vomiting
Doctor :   nothing to get worried about
User :   is it ok to have watermilon, fish, mango and mutton
User :   i have been checking my BP now its 132/78, is this fine?
Doctor :   yes u can take
Doctor :   did u check the Bp at home
User :   no, i have checked with doctor
Doctor :   130/80 is normal
Doctor :   may be u were anxious when reading was taken
Doctor :   r u there
User :   i'm taking ecosprin-75mg and folic acid tablets, is it fine
Doctor :   why was ecosprin prescribed
User :   since i had eclampsia last time
Doctor :   ok
User :   doctor suggested, i'm worried is there any impact on foetus?
Doctor :   There is no prohibition on the use of aspirin during early pregnancy.
Doctor :   r u there
User :   yes
Doctor :   Is there any thing else that I could help you with?
User :   do you want to suggest me anything right now?
Doctor :   go with ur gynecologist advise
Doctor :   if u have bleeding or spotting
Doctor :   u need to consult gynecologist
User :   here i have hospital, is this good?
Doctor :   also if u have chills or fever
Doctor :   yes that good
Doctor :   Is there any thing else that I could help you with?
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User :   no, thanks
Doctor :   take care
Doctor :   bye for now
User :   sure
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