Gastric Acid Medication That Is Safe For Pregnant Women?
Mlam .. I want to ask, why is my stomach so bad that I have left a skit so much, how come I have an ulcer? Can I, I’m pregnant with drugs promag ???
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Ulcer is a general term that is often used by ordinary people to describe the syndrome of dyspepsia, gastritis, GERD, and other gastric diseases. In principle, these diseases are caused by an imbalance between the production and level of stomach acid compared to the resistance of the gastric and intestinal mucosa. The symptoms of this disease are heartburn, can be accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and pain can sometimes spread to the chest area to feel bitter or sour at the base of the tongue. In conditions where stomach acid has risen to the esophagus (GERD), it can feel like burning and can irritate the vocal cords to make hoarseness.
However, left abdominal pain is a common symptom so it cannot be concluded that the cause of the symptom must be from gastric disease. Some other diseases that can cause symptoms of left abdominal pain include:
Pain over pregnancy ectopic pregnancy Pancreatitis Urinary stones Gastroenteritis Irritable bowel syndrome Inflammatory bowel disease Pelvic inflammation For now, the information you have provided is not enough to make a diagnosis, so if the pain you feel cannot be tolerated, and does not improve with rest as well as certain positions, I advise you to check with the obstetrician who treats you, so that you can do a thorough examination, including physical examination, gynecological ultrasound, fetal conditions, or laboratory tests if needed.
Antacids contain aluminum hydroxia and magnesium hydroxide, which function to neutralize stomach acid. This drug is included in the category B for pregnancy, which means that in studies / studies in animals this drug does not pose a risk to the fetus, but can not be concluded the same thing in humans. Therefore, although generally class B drugs can still be given to pregnant women, they should be given with clear indications or with doctor's recommendations and recommendations.
Things you can do right now:
Regulate regular eating patterns, preferably with small portions but with frequent frequency Avoid consumption of spicy or acidic foods Consumption of drinks in sufficient quantities (at least 2L per day for adults) Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption Thus information from me, hopefully can be useful huh .