So I was wondering if anyone experienced this nd if they knew what it was ... I'm really hot nd sweaty top of my stomach is in pain like where ribs r nd under neath my stomach as well! I'm feeling really anxious :(.nd the last couple days I've been experiencing acid reflex bad on Wednesday I'll be 35 weeks nd I feel so weak nd sick right now!:(
I get this all the time at work. Find some place nice and cool to sit ot lay down. Should help with the hot and sweaty part and hopefully the pain will go away. Its because of this that we're not sure how much longer I can work because I get pains all the time there while up on my feet.
Yeah headache will usually follow unfortunately. Tylenol Rapid Release gelcaps are my best friend for headaches. As for pain under your belly its likely ligament pains. I have those A LOT and used to wear a maternity belt (which now hurts more than helps).
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