Left Chest Pain To Back, Nausea, Difficult To Find During 7 Months Of Pregnancy?
Good morning! R nI am a mother of 25 years old, now I am 7 months pregnant … I want to ask, recently how come my left chest pain has often penetrated my back … Nausea, chills, cold sweat, bleeding too, bb continues to decline. .. I checked, indicated stomach acid rose … Is this true stomach acid disease ??? Is it very harmful to the fetus ??? Doesn’t it affect my heart too ??? Please explain, thank you
Hello dear Mother Sari,
I understand the worry that Mother is experiencing right now. Not only affects the physical condition, pregnancy also has an impact on the psychological condition of the mother, especially regarding the health condition of the fetus in the womb.
Entering the 7th month of pregnancy, weight gain occurs as the fetus grows and develops in the womb. Most of the weight gain from the beginning of pregnancy to the beginning of the third trimester is around 8.6-11.3 kg. As a result, some mothers may experience complaints:
difficulty defecating (constipation) and bowel irregularity that causes hemorrhoids / hemorrhoids is characterized by bright red blood discharge along with heartburn and difficulty breathing due to pressure from the uterus, which triggers acid reflux disease (GERD). this, it is appropriate when you see a gynecologist. The doctor will evaluate the condition of your pregnancy, including the growth and development of the fetus in the uterus. If proven to lead to stomach acid and hemorrhoids, the obstetrician can recommend that you see an internal medicine specialist for further examination. To confirm the diagnosis, the doctor will perform a series of physical examinations and additional tests, such as blood tests, stool examination and ultrasound of the abdominal cavity, as well as a heart record (EKG). After confirming the diagnosis, then the doctor can decide on the most appropriate treatment for you that is safe for the fetus.
While waiting for the doctor's treatment, you are advised to:
eat small portions but increase the frequency (5-6 times a day) multiply the consumption of fibrous foods, such as fruits and vegetables, as well as nuts or seeds, make sure the food meets the nutritional recommendations for a balanced balance of carbohydrates, protein, fat, vitamins, and minerals. drink water, at least 2- 3 liters per day of regular exercise, for example following pregnancy exercise, avoid lying down or lying down after eating, keep your body upright (standing or sitting) for at least 1 hour after eating avoid consuming acidic and spicy foods, as well as oily foods avoid stress Hopefully this is useful