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Question: ***Please Help***


 AngelEyes - Thu Nov 18, 2004 10:11 am

Ok, I posted a few days ago in regards to the symptoms in which I believed were early pregnancy symptoms. (last post was titled What is going on with me....)Now I think that I am pregnant, but I am still experiencing painful cramps. Also, my cramps seem to be worse when I have an orgasm. But sex itself isn't painful. Also, my level of naseau has gone from tollerable to "if i eat, I'm going to throw up"....Please help. Why am I getting cramps and what can I do for this "all-day sickness" feeling I am getting?
 Dr. Russell M - Sat Nov 27, 2004 11:30 am

User avatar Hi!

Morning sickness during the initial three months of pregnancy is only to be expected, during which occasional nausea and non-serious vomiting can occur. However, this has to be distinguished from serious vomiting for which you may need to seek for expert help.

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