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Question: i am 6 weeks pregnant but i having stomach pain and burning sensation i am worried about that any problem ?

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Answer: Hello! Stomach pain could be due to gas and bloating. Also growing uterus which results in the stretching of the muscles and ligaments could result in pain. Try to sit, lie down or change positions. Soak in a warm bath. Try doing relaxation exercises. Place a hot water bottle wrapped in a towel on the ache. Make sure you get plenty of fluids. Burning sensation or heart burn isn't also common in pregnancy. Your stomach that works to digest the food but in pregnancy the hormone progesterone starts relaxing and passes the stomach acid for easily and irritate. Hormones also slow down digestion, causing for less stomach acids to be produced. There are few remedies that i tried for myself might help you too, 1. A glass of water with a tsp of fresh lemon juice with honey. 2. Boil a glass of water with a small piece of ginger for 10-15 min and have it throughout the day. 3. Coconut water empty stomach early morning. 4. Chew fennel seeds after every meal. 5. Buttermilk works well. 6. 4 litres of water daily 7. Have some peppermint 8. Yogurt or a glass of milk can also relief heartburn. 9. Try to avoid eating a couple hours before bed or a nap 10. Walk twice daily to helps in maintaining easy bowel movements.
Answer: Stomach pain & heartburns are common symptoms in 1st trimester. Dont worry. You should eat smaller meals throughout the day, exercise regularly, eat a high fiber diet, drink lots of water and fluids. You can also talk to your doctor about reducing your doses of iron, which might make you feel uneasy
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