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Question: My upper stomach is paining a lot. Is it because of gastric WATS the solution

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Answer: Hi.. Dear abdominal pain is caused by the stretching of the ligament that supports the uterus,as the uterus grows. This is normal, therefore, do not worry, try using Maternity pillow. Include lot of water and juices in your diet. Also apply little asafoetida mixed in luke warm water on your tummy twice or thrice in a day, if it is because of gas, you will be fine.. Whenever, you will next visit your gynaecologist, inform her about the same.
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