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Pregnant, loose motion. Taken Colace and Zantac for constipation. Stomach gurgling, gas problem

Hi! i am in 38th week of pregnancy,and from today morning i was having loose motions.i was bit worried.Actually a day befor our friend gave us the chicken i had that,i was feeling constipated from 2 days so yestrday i took colace and zantac as well acidity.Today from afternoon my motions r stopped bt my stomach is making noises and i am feeling gases. i am having enough liquid.My emailid is YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Fri, 9 Nov 2012
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K 1st thing is during pregnancy constipation is common ....but u shudnt hav rather tak high fibre diet or syp lactigibre at bed time ...bcoz ur already termed nd any time u can deliver the baby...nxt thing is abt ur bloating sensation dnt worry again this is bcoz of stress wt u r going thru during ur pregnancy ...take syp gaviscion 15 mins after food three times nd it wil definitely help u nd its safe during pregnancy ...hope this treatment wil help nd advance congrats for a best thing u r waiting for ...god bless
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