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Pregnant with burping, constipation, nausea and tender breasts. History of miscarriages. Are these symptoms normal?

Hi Doctor, I m 6 weeks pregnant and had a miscarriage 4 years ago at around 7 weeks. I have an early scan booked for next week.. I m just wondering is it normal to constantly be burping and farting (sorry) and i also felt a bit of nausea at about 4 weeks lasted for 2 days and hasn t come back since. I m eating fine. The only symptoms i have is lots of gas, constipation and tender breasts. Im not tired and have no morning sickness is this normal?
Asked On : Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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Thanks for your query,
Morning sickness occurs only in around 50% of cases, more common in first pregnancy. So its absolutely fine that you are not having morning sickness. Other symptoms like constipation, gas , burping may also be present. You avoid spicy food , excess tea, coffee, oil etc at this stage. You may take antacid syrups for relief.
Best of luck and take care
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Answered: Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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