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Early pregnancy stage, have intense abdominal pain arising from the esophagus with a constipated feeling. What could it be?

Hi I m 6 weeks pregnant this is my second pregnancy.. The first one I have an abortion when I was two months. But in my two pregnancy I received a lot if abdominal pain .. Every time I would eat it would hurt.. My doctor told me it could be acid reflux but I think it could be something worse because this pain is on 24/7 .. I have tried tums and zantag 75.. I dont thin it s acid reflux.. This pain feels a little like I m constipated but it also feels like its coming through my esophagus .. It also make me feel nasusea.. I only vomit once.. Please help me.. I been to the emergency room but every time I go it s something new like they told me its a bladder infection .
Asked On : Mon, 16 Jul 2012
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Thanks for using the HCM. I am happy to address your questions, your symptoms are common during early pregnancy, and urinary infection is also frequent, consult a obstetrician, get your urine test done, and your blood sugar tests done, because, diabeties can present with recurrent urinary infection.avoid spicy food for your nausea control, Hope I have answered your query. If you have any further questions I will be happy to help. Thanks get well soon
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