How To Sleep Properly When Pregnant 7 Weeks?
Hello, good afternoon, I want to ask if I sleep on my back, I feel like going to vomit, if I sleep on the right, my defense will hurt a bit, but to the left, it feels better to sleep. How is the solution, Dok? Thank you
Thank you for the question.
The emergence of sensation of nausea and abdominal pain during pregnancy, especially when lying on your side to the right may indicate interference with your stomach, for example due to gastritis (inflammation), peptic ulcers (sores), or even gastric cancer. As is known, there are many organs located in the right abdomen, including the stomach. Thus, interference with this organ can cause discomfort, which appears dominant when the right abdomen is excessively depressed, including when you lie on your right side. More prone pregnant women experience disorders of the stomach, in addition to hormonal influences, also due to enlargement of the uterus which causes pressure to the surrounding organs.
Can also, nausea and pain as you feel arises because of other factors, such as ectopic pregnancy, gastroesophageal reflux disease, cholangitis, cholecystitis, gallstones, hepatitis, intestinal inflammation, digestive infections, intestinal cancer, pneumonia, pleural effusion, pleuritis, infection or urinary tract stones, psychic disorders, and so on.
We suggest that you try to overcome the nausea and abdominal pain by:
Get plenty of rest, choose the most comfortable body position, for example by raising your chest and head, leaning to the left, not pressing your stomach Do not wear clothes that are too tight Compress warm areas of nausea and pain Do not over-consume foods and drinks that irritate digestion, for example chili sauce, coconut milk, sauce, sour fruit, fried foods, and high-fiber vegetables Eat regularly, small portions but often Avoid alcohol Do not carelessly take medicine If your complaints in the 1-3 days worsened, or other complaints appear, such as vomiting- vomiting, tightness, urination disorders, yellow eyes and skin, menstrual disorders, and so on, it's good that you consult yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician to be given the best treatment, ok?
I hope this helps.