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Is it normal to have upper stomach pains when you are pregnant?

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Answered 2006-12-19 14:13:46

how far along are you? It could just be gas. If it is severe or you are worried, go see a doctor

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You should go to the Doctor.

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If you needed a D&C and didn't have one, then yes it will cause upper stomach pains along with sickness, dizziness (possible fainting), severe pains and a discharge. If you need a D&C go and get one done now! If you don't you are putting your reproductive organs at risk of a severe infection that can result in you having a hysterectomy.

I'm about 5 weeks pregnant and I have a subtle stomach cramp in the upper part of my belly.

Your period could be starting early and blood can look brown. "Upper abdominal" pains don't sound normal unless you happened to work out really hard in the last couple of days. If it's still bothering you tomorrow, I'd call your GYN. If it gets worse tonight or if the pain gets worse, get to an E.R. Hope this helps and hope you're feeling better soon.

Your Pregnant! The burning is from the growth of your little baby!

I went to the dr for this problem and the lining of my stomach was inflamed due to bacteria that had grown in my stomach that wasn't supposed to be there. He gave me some medicine that would coat my stomach before I helped me

yes it is one sign that means you are pregnant, take a pregnancy test to be sure.

The upper part of the stomach is called the FUNDUS I think sorry if this is wrong!

I'm having this too...I'm just about 36 weeks pregnant

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It sounds like an ulcer. Try taking prilosec daily and drink malox when it hurts really bad. If that helps, then it's an ulcer.

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It is a natural response to pressure in that area. If you are pregnant, you should always be laying on you back with NO pressure on the front of your body.

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