The Effect Of Acid Reflux Disease On Pregnancy?
Hello doctor, I want to ask, right now I’m 5 weeks pregnant, before I got pregnant I often felt lumbago, left and right after waking up until now, I still feel that, and I have stomach acid, my stomach is often bloated so it often feels good to waste the wind, then the middle of my stomach on the upper side of the stomach and under the breasts it looks like it’s fat, if my mother said sya uluhati. Sometimes it hurts. The question is, do you think the danger is not the disease that I suffered for my pregnancy?
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Hormonal changes experienced by pregnant women often cause various complaints, ranging from mild to severe and require further treatment from a doctor. This condition is also a possibility that triggers your various complaints.
Pain in the back and various other parts of the body can be experienced by pregnant women in addition to hormonal changes, it can also be due to other causes, such as fibromyalgia, urinary tract infections, urinary tract stones, pinched back nerves, deficiency of neurotropic vitamins or minerals, viral or other bacterial infections. , ovarian cysts, myomas, and so on. This condition does not always occur in connection with pregnancy. However, the condition during pregnancy can worsen the pain that appears.
Bloating, stinging, frequent gasping, and a distended appearance in the gut area, most commonly due to increased stomach acid (dyspepsia). This condition can be triggered by an unknown cause (idiopathic), or it could be due to an underlying disease, for example GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), gastritis, peptic ulcer, stomach cancer, stones or inflammation in the bile duct, pancreatitis, and so on. . The hormone beta chorionic gonadotropin (beta hCG), which is increased during pregnancy, can also make complaints worse. The growing fetal pressure can also interfere with the function of the dividing valve between the stomach and the esophagus, causing stomach acid to be prone to reflux (backflow) and irritating the esophagus, which is located in the area of the gut.
You can try to solve your various complaints first by following these steps:
Warm compress on the side of the waist that is sore and a sore heartburn Get used to eating regularly, small to medium portions Reduce consumption of spicy, acidic and fatty foods Do not snack carelessly Do not also consume raw or undercooked foods during pregnancy and breastfeeding Reduce, if necessary avoid, consume caffeine Sleep more regularly, elevate your head and chest a little while sleeping Drink enough Drink also take a pregnancy supplement that is prescribed by a doctor (usually, when pregnant the doctor will prescribe a special supplement to support pregnancy) Not holding back the urge to defecate or urinate No taking drugs carelessly while pregnant However, if you have taken all of the steps above optimally and your complaints don't get better, don't hesitate to check with your doctor or gynecologist so that they will be given the best treatment.
I hope this helps.