Vomiting And Throat Feels Lumps When 3 Months Pregnant?
Evening .. I’m 3 months pregnant I often vomit. But only this time I vomited my throat hurt like something was up. How could you? Mhon’s explanation. Thank you
Hello, thanks for the question.
Excessive vomiting in the first trimester of pregnancy is common, this is suspected due to hormonal changes in the body during pregnancy which stimulates nausea and vomiting. Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy is called emesis gravidarum or hyperemesis gravidarum if excessive nausea and vomiting cause clinical complaints in the form of dehydration. Continual nausea and vomiting can cause acidic stomach fluid to rise to the esophagus causing irritation and a lump. In addition, this lump can also be caused by other causes such as infection of the esophagus, throat infection, etc. If it is very disturbing, especially if nausea, vomiting occurs continuously, causing signs of dehydration, such as weakness, sunken eyes, dry lips and skin, small urination, and other signs of dehydration, you should immediately consult an obstetrician and may also consult an ENT doctor. about the lump in the esophagus. The doctor will conduct a thorough examination and provide appropriate treatment. The doctor may suggest hospitalization if the complaint is felt to be very severe, or outpatient with only medication. To reduce complaints you should limit spicy and oily foods, avoid foods that are too hot, eat small portions but often, meet the minimum fluid requirements of 2L per day, avoid foods that have pungent taste and odor, eat healthy and nutritionally balanced foods, avoid coffee consumption and alcohol, and enough rest.
Thus, hopefully it helps.