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Vomiting water, stomach spasms in pregnancy. Normal?

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my wife is nine months pregnant, just now she vomitted lot of water and has stomach it normal
Posted Sat, 14 Jul 2012 in Pregnancy
Follow-up: Vomiting water, stomach spasms in pregnancy. Normal? 4 minutes later
Answered by Dr. Rhea Chanda 37 minutes later
If your wife is having pain in the abdomen,then she needs to see a doctor immediately for assessment whether she is in labour.If the vomitting settles down then its fine,u=you can give her some antacid.If there is any watery discharge or bleeding or increasing pains,then take her to the doctor immediately.
About your other problem,im afraid there are no medicines for that.

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Follow-up: Vomiting water, stomach spasms in pregnancy. Normal? 9 hours later
Thank U for the 1st one,regarding my second query what can be done,any suggestion doctor,please
Answered by Dr. Rhea Chanda 8 hours later
Im afraid that not there are no medicines to cure it.It can be controlled by counselling and therapy.You can see a sexologist for some of the do's and don'ts and try it out.
They will teach you how to control and pace yourself during penetration.
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