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Pregnant on antibiotics for bronchitis. Have persisting cough. Distended stomach. Advice?

Hi,i ve been having a persistent cough for over 3 weeks and i m on antibiotics for 10 days for bronchitis .A couple of days ago i ve noticed that my stomach is distent(buldge) just like when i m in my 1st trimester(pregnant).Does that have anything to do with my violent cough?By the way i m still coughing even though today ie my 3rd day on antibiotics. Thanks
Asked On : Wed, 3 Apr 2013
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Violent cough with antibiotics for last 10 days can cause a mild stomach upset and the abdominal distension as you have noticed. This is mostly a reversible distension and subside on its own without any treatment once the infection is over. Please do not worry.
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Answered: Wed, 3 Apr 2013
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