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Is Gas Durring Pregnancy Normal?



 
 
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Old January 6th 10, 03:23 AM posted to misc.kids.pregnancy
Rebma Llocsird
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Default Is Gas Durring Pregnancy Normal?

It seems like a funny question to ask, but my daughter is now 3 months
pregnant and has had lots of gas latley. When I was pregnant with my
youngest son, I had the same issue, but no where near as bad as my
daughter. Is this normal?

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Old January 8th 10, 11:38 PM posted to misc.kids.pregnancy
betsy
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Rebma Llocsird wrote:
It seems like a funny question to ask, but my daughter is now 3 months
pregnant and has had lots of gas latley. When I was pregnant with my
youngest son, I had the same issue, but no where near as bad as my
daughter. Is this normal?


It is normal in my experience.

--Betsy
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Old January 12th 10, 04:04 AM posted to misc.kids.pregnancy
Kat
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"Rebma Llocsird" wrote in message
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It seems like a funny question to ask, but my daughter is now 3 months
pregnant and has had lots of gas latley. When I was pregnant with my
youngest son, I had the same issue, but no where near as bad as my
daughter. Is this normal?


Yes, it's quite common and perfectly normal.


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Old March 4th 11, 05:25 AM
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I think it is normal
you don't have to worry about your daughter
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Old March 12th 11, 09:01 PM
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Gas is very normal during pregnancy. For one reason, the bacteria in the intestines are going crazy with your new and improved blood supply. These little buggers feed on the rest of your food as it passes along and make vitamins and air. So now that there are more of them to go around, they make lots of air. You may also have a bad case of the burps. With all the extra hormones causing you nausea and vomiting, it is not surprise you are taking in more air in your tummy as well. Most pregnant women suffer from bloating and increased gas in the belly at some point during pregnancy. Gas can cause abdominal pain or discomfort.
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Old April 11th 11, 11:57 AM
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I think she is normal
you don't have to worry about your daughter
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Old April 13th 11, 07:48 AM
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I think it is normal
but You have to consult to doctor
 




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