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Pregnant. Feeling lightheaded, thirsty, back pain, nausea and vomiting. Should I be concerned?

I have yellow stool as well as sever pain on my right side, back pain and nausea and vomitting. I am 26 weeks pregnant and it has been confirmed that I have sludge in my gallbladder . I am also very lighted headed, exhauted regardless of how much I sleep, constantly thirsty and having repeated migraines. I have never had yellow stool before and am not sure if this i something I should be concerned with or not.
Asked On : Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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As per your symptoms, your liver function needs to be assessed. You may have developed some hyperbilirubinemia and in such a case, you may need additional medical attention. Please see a physician in consultation with your obstetrician for further advice. Avoid oily, fatty and fried foods, take good amounts of water and moderate protein intake. Wish you a safe pregnancy and delivery.
Answered: Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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