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Epigastric pain, chest tightness are common during the second trimester because if the further relaxation of your abdominal muscles and a change in your hormones that cause further digestive issues such as a change in the overall acid ph of stomach leading to acidity and indigestion.
Regurgitation is truely different from vomiting.
Also, check if you stomach pain or like vomiting especially after consuming a dairy product as it may cause a temporary intolerance.
Check if your vomit is discoloured such as brown or red.
You should consult your gynae immediately if you feel or see blood in stools, blood in vomit, fever, difficulty in breathing as these signal a problem in the stomach lining and can help identify a regurgitation syndrome where the pain and vomit feel starts after eating food.
Avoid spicy or savoury food, avoid junk and market foods, avoid oily or deep-fried foods.
Eat more of ripe papaya and drink coconut water twice a day, eat watermelon and cantaloupe melons.
These fruits help to calm down the digestive problems.
Hope it helps!
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