Nausea And Vomiting Accompanied By Heartburn During Early Pregnancy?
Good evening doctor. R n r nI am 25 years old revi, currently I am pregnant. I am 7 weeks pregnant. R nStarting from the 5th week of my pregnancy, I started to have severe nausea and vomiting which caused me to lose 4kg in 5 days. R n At first I thought this was natural considering I was in a very young state of pregnancy. But strangely, my gut felt like it was on fire. And it’s also like something is moving in my chest cavity when swallowing that makes it difficult for me to breathe. It was very painful. R nWhen you vomited, what came out was brownish and smelled rancid. Throat and chest felt burning and stinging not playing. And the more I come here the more often I burp. This has continued until recently. R n r nWhat I want to ask, r n1. What fairness am I experiencing? R n2. What disease am I suffering from? R n3. Is it dangerous for my pregnancy? R n4. What is the right solution for what I’m suffering from? R n r nI have been to the midwife and to a general practitioner, the results are the same. Only given medicine before meals and vitamins. I can’t take the pile up of drugs because the nausea and vomiting I experience are worse if I take these drugs than if they are not taken. R n r nPlease help .. before and after I say Thank you ..
The condition you are experiencing is classified as unnatural and needs immediate medical attention because this condition can be dangerous for both the mother and the fetus.
Nausea and vomiting during early pregnancy (first trimester) which are classified as normal are categorized as morning sickness. You can experience complaints of nausea and vomiting, especially in the morning accompanied by feeling tired. Prolonged severe nausea and vomiting during pregnancy is called hyperemesis gravidarum. You can experience other complaints such as burning in the chest, palpitations, dizziness, difficulty eating and drinking. In the end, hyperemesis gravidarum can cause complications such as lack of fluids, low fetal weight and endanger the condition of both the mother and the fetus.
Immediately visit the nearest hospital / emergency room to get medical help. The doctor will assess your condition so that the appropriate treatment can be determined. The main treatment is to prevent and overcome dehydration, for example by giving fluids through infusion and administering anti-vomiting and anti-nausea drugs.
I hope this helps,