15 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi, am having severe stomach pain right now....in my first trimester gas problem and vomiting was there..now its severity is less..but this stomach pain i am not able to manage with it.. Doctor said that no urinary problems is there and no other problems .. but i am still having severe pain in stomach... Do anyone experiencing the same??

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Answer: The I too have these kind of pains during my pregnancy and it's completely normal.. actually it happens because of the stretching of the uterus and there is no medication for it.. to get relief just take proper bedrest and avoid sudden movements it will be fine on its own..
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    Ann Lazar55 days ago

    Thank you

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