Difference In Nausea Due To Pregnancy And Stomach Acid?
Alodok I last had sex 1 week ago on the last day of menstruation but my husband (sorry) issued sperm outside my body. But 4hr ago I experienced a whitish orange to pink2an u0026amp; very smelly. 2hr ago I was not leucorrhoea anymore. But yesterday had leucorrhoea smelled again u0026amp; pink orange blood spots spotted u0026amp; liquid. Before, I had suffered a bladder infection about 1 month ago. Then yesterday afternoon I felt like I wasn’t hungry as usual u0026amp; at night it feels nauseous to want to vomit but it doesn’t come out. This morning at 4 o’clock my position was still asleep, suddenly woke up immediately wanting to throw up but nothing came out again. I was sick until about 8 o’clock and things were getting better. During the day I don’t feel sick anymore, but my stomach feels bloated. I have a history of ulcer disease that often recurs when late eating. But I have never experienced symptoms until like this u0026amp; I’ve never been late to eat food. But yesterday I had lunch u0026amp; tonight use spicy stir-fried mushroom. Are the nausea symptoms that I feel related to my pregnancy / illness mag? Thanks. The answer will be very helpful u0026amp; very much awaited.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Among the signs of pregnancy that are widely known by ordinary people are menstruation, nausea and vomiting, abdominal pain, increased frequency of urination, changes in shape of the breast, and cravings. What is not widely known is that these signs are the weakest signs in determining whether a person is truly pregnant or not.
The reason is that you have experienced it yourself, that you cannot distinguish whether the nausea is due to pregnancy, or due to heartburn, and whether stomach pain or frequent urination that you experience is due to urinary tract infections, or pregnancy. So because these signs can also be found in other medical conditions, they cannot be used as a benchmark for someone's pregnancy, and indeed we cannot distinguish someone's late period, and one's nausea due to pregnancy or other reasons, if not supported by medical information the other.
That's why to determine whether you are pregnant or not, it is necessary to have a pregnancy test, either with a pack that is sold freely or by checking yourself with a doctor. If the result is positive, you are pregnant, and if it is negative, then you should look for other causes for your condition. And for that we still recommend you to the doctor, because it is necessary to dig a history, physical examination and maybe a support to narrow down the possibility of your condition and determine the most appropriate treatment.
Meanwhile, avoid having sex, do not use pants and tight pants, do not enter any chemicals including scented vaginal cleaners into the vagina, cleanse the genitals from front to back, multiply drinking water, do not hold urination, avoid consuming spicy food, sour, oily, coffee and tea, drink plenty of warm water, and compress the stomach with warm compresses. So, hopefully answering your question.