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Pregnant, morning sickness, lower abdominal pain, vomiting green substance

my 18 year old daughter is 12 weeks pregnant and has had terrible morning sickness to date, even hospitalized for 24 hours due to dehydration . For about a week she started having lower abdominal pains on the left side that isn t terrible but constant. Last week she had an episode where she almost fainted, today she has been vomiting all day and now says she feels really wrong . She is vomiting dark green, dark brown, and says there has even been red chunks . Yet she hasnt eaten since last night.
Asked On : Sat, 5 Jan 2013
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it seems to be a case of hyperemesis gravidarum(severe vomiting of pregnancy) further complicated with severe gastrites. the mainstay of therapy is fluid management , with each episode of vomtiing there is a lot of fluid and electrolyte loss from the body and hence that has to be managed well. and simultaneously oral or injecatble antacids should be considered
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