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Whether it’s a little collision or a more serious fall, here’s what to know and when to worry if you accidentally hit or bump your pregnant stomach. RELATED: Abdominal Pain During Pregnancy. Treating a Stomach Injury When Hit While Pregnant Stomach Trauma During Pregnancy.
In the beginning of pregnancy, the uterus is completely protected by the pelvis, so a Safety Precautions After Stomach Injury. There are several safety precautions that you should take if you sustain an Domestic. Several medications are suitable for treating acid reflux and heartburn during pregnancy.
Women can also try home remedies, such as wearing loose fitting clothes, eating smaller meals, and. Stomach Pain During Pregnancy: Causes and Treatment Upper stomach pain pain during pregnancy can be a normal part of the process as your body changes to accommodate your growing baby. While there are many harmless causes of this abdominal pain, some may be more serious.
Do not lift more than 15lbs during the second half of pregnancy. Sit on a stool or chair in the shower. A blow to the tummy. Blows to your stomach can result from accidently running into cabinets, doors and counters. Small children can accidentally hit you in the stomach or random movements by other people can.
Abdominal pain during pregnancy can also stem from gastrointestinal issues. Gas or diarrhea can often be relieved through dietary changes or some good nutritional advice, explains Dr. Levy-Gantt.
If you experience minor cramping during pregnancy, there are a couple of things you can do for prevention and self-care: Try to sit, lie down or change positions. Soak in a warm bath. Dr.
Poliakin explains that there are a few techniques for preventing or treating stomach pain after eating during pregnancy. Tums are popular, as is baking soda in water, though women whose doctors have them on low-sodium diets should talk to their doctor before using baking soda, because it contains sodium. Imodium is an effective OTC medication for treating short-term diarrhea. However, the ACG do not recommend taking the antidiarrheal medications diphenoxylate-atropine (Lomotil) or bismuth. Is there anything I can do to relieve abdominal pain during pregnancy?
If you have minor pain and no symptoms of anything more serious, try these tips to relieve abdominal pain: Move around or do some gentle exercises to relieve gas pain. Take a warm (not hot) bath or shower. Bend toward a pain for relief.
Drink plenty of fluids.
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