Gas and Stomach Pain During Pregnancy
Bloating , gas, burping and indigestion are common during all stages of pregnancy. Increases in hormones such as progesterone cause relaxation in all the muscles throughout your body, including your stomach. This drags on your digestive system, retarding the breakdown of food which results in gas, bloating, burping, flatulence and discomfort.
Preventing Gas and Stomach Pain During Pregnancy
- Try to avoid drinking with your meals. Drink in between meals instead of during meals.
- Eat lots of little meals instead of three big ones.
- Movement, stretching and exercise help release gas.
- If your gas pain is really severe ask your doctor about trying a gas relief product such as simethicone.
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The Pregnancy Pain Guide lists all of the major types of pains and discomforts that you may experience during your pregnancy. It describes what is normal and when to call the doctor. You’ll love having this information close at hand.
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