Abdominal Pain And Heartburn Like Wanting To Defecate While Pregnant At 35 Weeks?
Greetings … I am a pregnant woman with a pregnancy age of 35 weeks. For the past three days or so, I often feel stomach ache and want to defecate. Dispose of large water was only little by little like people catching a cold. I wonder why doctor and what can I do? I am not comfortable with the frequent appearance of mules on my stomach ..
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Abdominal pain and heartburn like wanting to defecate generally indicate disorders of the gastrointestinal tract, for example due to digestive infections, food allergies, food intolerance or malabsorption, intestinal inflammation, food poisoning, irritable bowel syndrome, dyspepsia, and so on. Your stool that comes out only a little at a time can occur due to indigestion as mentioned above, it can also occur solely related to your pregnancy, which is due to hormonal fluctuations and rectal insistence by an enlarged fetus. Apart from indigestion, abdominal pain and heartburn may also occur due to disorders of other organ systems, for example fake contractions, urinary tract infections or stones, psychosomatic disorders, fibromyalgia, and so on.
In fact, as long as the abdominal pain that appears is mild, you can still defecate normally (no more than 3 times a day, and no less than 2 times a week), your condition is most likely not dangerous. The following steps can you do so that complaints improve:
Compress abdominal pain and heartburn with warm water
Limit eating spicy, fatty, gassed foods first, especially if you don't process them thoroughly and are not hygienic
Expand to eat foods that are easily digested (for example porridge and soup foods) also water
Make sure you always wash your hands before eating and after using the toilet
Wear comfortable clothes
Never resist the urge to urinate
Do not carelessly take medication, except as prescribed directly by a doctor
If within 1-3 days your complaint still does not improve with the above efforts, or appear danger signs such as vomiting, fever, diarrhea, constipation, bloody or slimy stools, do not delay checking yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician to be treated further with the best handling
I hope this helps.
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