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Hi, I am 10 weeks, 2 days and I have been having reoccurring abdominal pain on my right side. I have had nausea since I found out I was expecting (at 5 weeks), but no vomiting. When I eat something, the pain goes away. Do you think that this is normal?
If you were my patient, I would advise you that the nausea is definitely within the scope of normal. Eating often relieves symptoms of nausea, and most women find that keeping a little something in their stomachs helps them feel better. The pain is something I would want to investigate.
Possibly with ultrasound, depending upon where it is. So many symptoms can be normal during pregnancy, but it is usually a good idea to check things out.
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