a week after the relationship my wife experienced stomach acid? Is this a sign of “pregnancy? Before we were there using a condom and doing a test pack and the results were negative
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The use of condoms during sexual intercourse, if done correctly, is actually very effective in preventing pregnancy. However, it is not 100% certain that pregnancy will not occur. Because, in some rare cases, condoms can be torn or detached when used. Even a negative testpack doesn't always mean that your wife isn't pregnant. It could be that the examination time is too early or an incorrect testpack procedure makes the results of this examination become no longer accurate. For that, you can suggest your wife do a re-testpack if menstruation delays occur up to 1 week or more.
Increased stomach acid, in addition to being susceptible to experienced by young pregnant women, can also occur due to other factors, such as improper diet, side effects of drugs, severe mental pressure, or also certain diseases, such as gastroesophageal reflux disease, gastritis, cholangitis, pancreatitis, and so on. This condition can be treated first with the following steps:
Eat small portions but often (3-5 times a day) Do not eat spicy, sour, fatty, coconut milk and excessive oily foods. Drink plenty of water. Do not lie down immediately after eating. Wear loose and comfortable clothing. Calm the heart and mind so as not to stress Sleep early Rest more do not carelessly take medication If the complaint does not improve for a long time, do not hesitate to check your wife directly to the doctor or specialist in internal medicine in order to get the best treatment, ok?
I hope this helps.