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Heartburn And Pms
Only before period: Both PMS and pmdd are limited to the week or so before the period. Pmdd is specifically significant depression. Pms can be moodiness, bloating, breast tenderness and other hormone-related symptoms. If your symptoms persist beyond the week before your period, you should get them checked out. ...Read more
Talk to ob/gyn: These are important symptoms to talk to your obstetrician. You are having stomach pains and heartburn during your pregnancy. This is not uncommon. Your doctor will want to know about this. Try to notice when you get it and what makes it better. Before taking any medication talk to your doctor first. ...Read more
YES!: Pmdd (premenstrual dysphoric disorder) is a depressive-like illness commonly brought on by the hormonal changes from the ovaries just before a period. These same hormone changes alter gut movement, and can cause bloating, belching, heartburn, and fullness. These can also be the signs of gallbladder disease, ulcers, or other GI problems. See your doctor if they persist beyond premenstual time. ...Read more
No: Unless a period was missed then no. ...Read more
Are UTI and pregnancy symptoms same? Like tender and achy breast, mild cramps, back aches, fatigue, naussea, frequent urination, food craving, nd more
Very common error: Almost everyone - both genders - all ages - think bloating/gas is part of pms. Perhaps it is time to add it into the definition since usage is an important part of meaning. But, till they do - pms is only the emotional components - moody, irritable, etc. The physical features are there and can be the biggest complaint, but without emotional symptoms - you don't (officially) have pms. Feel better? ...Read more
Could be many: Things but most commomnly is constipation, excess fiber and not enough fluids or an excess of caffeine intake causing dehydration and thus constipation. Drink 80-100 oz caffeine free/alcohol free fluid daily and eat a reasonable hi fiber diet without fiber supplements.If no help after 14 days see your doctor for an evaluation. ...Read more
Lots of options: Nausea, headaches and cramps are common complaints before, during and sometimes after a period. For some these are pms symptoms. Some have migraines triggered by periods. Schedule a visit to discuss the options. Many benefit from birth control to regulate the hormonal changes that trigger these symptoms. ...Read more
Can IBS be the reason I have morning nausea and nausea after eating, bloating, sharp abdominal pain, constipation/diarrhea, heartburn and burping?
All these symptoms: could be from IBS. Seek a professional evaluation by a gastroenterologist and expect some testing to rule out other potentially more serious disorders, infections and parasites. ...Read more
Neither exactly: One can have bloating before the period, but while it can feel awful, it is not called pms.Pms is only diagnosed on emotional symptoms - irritability, tension, or unhappiness - that appear predictably before the period, reduce or disappear just before or during and remain absent until the next cycle. Pregnancy may or may not include bloating. Unpleasant gas can happen to anyone - ask your doctor. ...Read more
I have gas, bloating, burping, indigestion and chest feels heavy from gas. Can acid reflux medications help me with those symptoms?
I got heartburn, cramps, discharge, nausea, hot flush, tiredness and headache, what are these symptoms?
It may be hormones: There is an abrupt change in your level of hormones around your cycles. This withdrawal of hormones can cause such symptoms as headaches, cramps, and nausea. Birth control can help alleviate these symptoms as well as make your cycles predictable, lighter, and less painful. ...Read more
Appendicitis: No actually not! appendicitis is an acute progressive condition that ends up in surgery or death. While there may be a condition of chronic appendicitis its hard to prove. The possibilities of the symptoms you listed can be everything from gastritis to gallstones to gastroenteritis. This should prompt you to see a doctor when you can! ...Read more
Lots of stress and anxiety, missed period, abdominal cramping and gas. Is this all anxiety and stress related?
Who knows?: You know if you had unprotected sex. If so - pregnancy is a good alternative suspect. Cramps and gas can be from diet choices too. Consider a pregnancy test. Consider your eating habits. If you want a cleraer answer - see a doctor for an exam and tests as needed. Best! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer