Vomiting, Heartburn, And Nasal Bleeding During 10 Weeks Of Pregnancy?
Morning, I was 10 weeks pregnant, last night vomited a lot, after vomiting my heartburn hurt like burning / punched / like there was a lump, then I drank Ondancetron (given by my obstetrician), 1 hour later vomited a lot more, heartburn still sick, especially when swallowing, swallowing saliva / water only hurts a lot. Then in the morning after waking up my nose was bleeding, not much, not dripping, like blood seepage on the left and right nose walls. Until now the solar plexus with upper throat still hurts when swallowing, guess what is there to worry about if the symptoms are like that? Thank you
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Nausea and vomiting in the early trimester of pregnancy is normal for every woman.
Most pregnant women at a young gestational age experience morning sickness, nausea, vomiting due to the effects of the pregnancy they are experiencing. Often this is quite disturbing daily activities, decreases appetite and tends to avoid triggers that can create nausea such as certain odors. To overcome this, often enough rest and consume food or fresh fruit can help relieve these symptoms.
However, it is necessary to watch out for the condition of hyperemesis gravidarum, which is a condition where pregnant women experience very severe nausea, vomiting, do not want to eat and drink and lead to dehydration. This condition is considered serious because if not managed properly will endanger the mother and baby.
Your complaints of nausea and vomiting are caused by the hormone HCG (chorionic gonadotropin hormone) which increases in the early trimester of pregnancy. The heartburn that you feel is related to the nausea, vomiting that you experience. Often stomach acid production will increase which is not proportional to the contents of the stomach that are empty / not filled. In addition, compressing the abdominal wall when nausea and vomiting occur decreases the pain that is experienced. Associated with bleeding from the nose often occurs due to hormonal influences during pregnancy. It should be noted that pregnancy is a condition where a woman experiences significant hormonal changes, so that changes can occur both physical and biological activity in the body. The effect of hormones during pregnancy results in capillary arteries being susceptible to enlargement and sensitive to environmental influences. Nasal blood vessels are capillaries that are prone to fragility, therefore minimal bleeding can occur.
To help reduce the complaints you feel, it is recommended to:
Continue to consume fluids after vomiting
Eat small portions, but often.
It is not recommended to consume large amounts of food
Eat fruits or foods to help neutralize nausea
Can use aromatherapy oil or eucalyptus oil that can make you sting
Avoid strenuous activities and fatigue
If you need to take anti-nausea medication
Take vitamin B6 and folic acid every day
If the condition does not improve or gets worse, you should immediately check it directly to your nearest obstetrician. So much information that I can convey, hopefully it helps