The Cause Is Rarely BAK After Slipping While 2 Months Pregnant?
good luck I want I was pregnant when I was 2 months old, so I usually often B.A.C trs but now rarely lately. is there any problem.
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First of all, I want to confirm in advance about the term "B.A.C" that you use. You should further explain what you mean by the B.A.C? Are you referring to urinating or urinating?
If indeed what you mean is urination or urination, then you should describe it further, how many times a day do you usually urinate and how many times are you urinating right now, does your urine look thick and the amount is also small, is it currently that you are experiencing certain illness (for example you often vomit, you have difficulty eating / drinking, or you are diarrhea)?
If your urine does not become a small amount and does not look very concentrated, or you do not experience symptoms such as vomiting or diarrhea, eating and drinking, you are fine, then you really do not need to worry too much about the frequency of your urination. If you see your urine is very concentrated and the amount is also small, then you are likely experiencing dehydration or lack of fluids. The causes can vary, but in early pregnancy, this condition is most often caused by nausea and excessive vomiting or difficulty in eating and drinking due to nausea. If this is what you experience, you should do an examination to the obstetrician as soon as possible for further evaluation and management.
Basically, the fetus in the womb is protected in the pouch of pregnancy, amniotic fluid, thick uterine walls, hard pelvic bones, and strong abdominal muscles. Therefore, actually a mild trauma to the abdomen (including if you fall just mild), will not cause certain dangers in pregnancy (especially if you do not fall). Watch for symptoms such as intense abdominal pain, abdominal cramps that occur continuously, bleeding from the vagina. If you experience these symptoms, immediately go to the hospital.
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