Complaints Of Chest Pain When 27 Weeks Pregnant?
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Pain in the lower part of the chest can also be called heartburn, and vomiting has previously been caused by:
Gastritis or ulcer: is an inflammation that occurs in the stomach, can be caused by viral, bacterial infections, drug effects, alcohol. Symptoms are felt in the form of pain in the gut, nausea, vomiting, flatulence.
Dyspepsia syndrome: is a collection of symptoms characterized by pain in the gut, nausea, vomiting, flatulence, even as shortness of breath.
Gastric ulcer: is an inflammation that occurs in the stomach, can be caused by viruses, bacteria, the effects of drugs. Symptoms caused by pain in the gut, nausea, vomiting, flatulence, feelings such as shortness of breath, pain increases after eating.
In pregnant women, there is a change in the volume of the uterus, which was originally small but when pregnant becomes large or increases in volume. This affects the organs around the uterus, when the volume of the uterus increases, the uterus will press on the surrounding organs such as the bladder, stomach, intestines.
If the uterus presses on the bladder, it will cause frequent urination. If the uterus presses on the stomach there will be pain in the gut, nausea and even vomiting. Complaints of pain in the lower part of the chest area and vomiting can be caused due to pressure from the expanding uterine space.
But to better know the symptoms that lead to what disease. We recommend that you consult a gynecologist. Later the doctor will conduct a physical examination related to complaints that arise, and may even require additional supporting examinations.
Some things to do at home:
Avoid excessive activity
Avoid sleep after eating
Avoid spicy and fatty foods
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