Lower Breast Pain, Chest Pain And Back Pain During 1 Month Pregnant?
Hi, I have a question.rnI am 1 month pregnant. But why is it that every time I get cold/cold, the lower part of my breast hurts. My chest hurts, my stomach hurts, and my back feels like a tired person. At first I thought my stomach hurts because I haven’t eaten. But after I eat my stomach hurts. Please solve
Hello Sister Oanna,
Complaints such as pain in the lower part of the breast, pain in the chest and abdomen and waist that are experienced especially when you feel cold or catch a cold with a history of being pregnant for 1 month, may be caused by: Chest muscle problems such as muscle pain or muscle tension. Breast gland infection or lump in the breast. Heartburn or dyspepsia is characterized by abdominal pain in the pit of the heart that feels hot to the chest and is accompanied by bloating. Back pain may be caused by conditions such as low back pain or spinal disorders, urinary tract stones. Abdominal pain that is getting worse, especially in the lower abdomen, can be caused by constipation, ectopic pregnancy (pregnancy outside the uterus) and appendicitis infection (lower right abdominal pain).
risk factors that can cause the above conditions such as clothing that is too tight, muscle injury due to certain movements. Hormonal changes make your metabolism increase, you are easily hungry, and your body feels more tired and sore during pregnancy. Be careful to avoid taking the drug without the supervision of your doctor during pregnancy because it is feared that it will cause pregnancy disorders to fetal defects.
Check with your obstetrician to monitor pregnancy and treat symptoms such as giving antihistamines for the stomach, enzyme supplements for digestion, topical painkillers on the place where you feel pain.
Beware of abdominal pain, especially the lower part, accompanied by fever or bleeding, you should get medical attention immediately.
Eat nutritious foods, avoid foods such as alcohol, soda, coffee, sour, spicy. Eat neutral foods such as oats, rice, tubers, bananas, melons and non-acidic fruits. Take regular breaks to avoid fatigue. Hope it is useful. click on the article: Some diseases that trigger complaints of chest pain.