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Light pain in upper left women -24 weeks
I am 24 weeks pregnant. I have light pain in upper abdomen tummy area . Is it any concern . Only in left upper abdomen tummy area.
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It can be due to gastritis or normal pain to. Take gelusil syp if recovered it's due to gastritis.
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Acidity is common in pregnancy Avoid fried,spicy foods, pickles,oily , chocolates,citrus fruits and tomatoes. Frequent meals every 2 hrs Water between meals Cold milk Curd Adrak chai Don't eat couple of hrs before sleeping Don't lie on back Keep pillows down your back to keep chest above stomach Take care !
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Observe for pain, take syrup digene 2 tsp three times a day for three days if no relief please reach out
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Syp Sucralafil DS two spoons three times a day for a week
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Avoid spicy food
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Continue iron and calcium tablets Mothers Horlicks two spoons with milk two times a day for a month Get blood sugar test done at 24-26 weeks
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Nothing to wrry about if pain is mild Take tab dolo 650 , two times a day If the pain increases or if there is any other factors associated with it such a vomiting , bleeding ,please meet your gynac
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