The Cause Of Frequent Stomach Aches And Fever During Pregnancy Is 8 Weeks?
good night. i want to ask why my pregnancy is only 8 weeks. often stomach ache and fever.
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Abdominal pain during pregnancy is not always caused by pregnancy conditions or complications in pregnancy, but can also be caused by other things. Abdominal pain associated with pregnancy can occur due to:
fake uterine contractions
enlargement of the uterus and stretching the uterine ligaments
flatulence and constipation
pathological causes, such as miscarriage, pregnancy outside the womb, placental abrubtion, etc.
Abdominal pain that is not related to pregnancy can occur because:
urinary tract infection
constipation or difficult bowel movements
gastrointestinal infections and food poisoning
In general, if stomach pain only occurs intermittently, not too heavy, disappearing alone when you are on the move or resting, you don't need to worry too much. If abdominal pain is very severe, abdominal pain that feels like cramps occur continuously, the stomach feels hard like a board, you should immediately consult your obstetrician for further evaluation.
Regarding the fever you feel, you should also examine body temperature objectively using a thermometer first. If objectively your body temperature rises to above 38 degrees Celsius, then you should also check with your obstetrician for further evaluation. If the measurements with a thermometer your body temperature is normal, then you do not have a fever. Maybe you just feel your body temperature is higher because the weather tends to be too hot or cold. This condition can also be felt when you suffer from minor illnesses such as colds (mild viral infections in the respiratory tract), allergies, migraine headaches, etc. During pregnancy (especially in a young pregnancy) a woman also tends to feel tired and excessive sleepiness. Some things you can do:
drink enough water every day
get enough sleep and rest every day
take a nap if indeed you feel very tired during the day
eat nutritious food in sufficient quantities
do light exercise regularly, like morning walk or pregnancy yoga
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