Abdominal Pain in Pregnancy

see also Abdominal Pain

Griping, pinching sensations in the lower abdomen, most common during the first trimester of pregnancy, and sometimes described as 'colic'. if pain persists for more than 3 hours, especially if it is associated with vaginal bleeding, an Ectopic Pregnancy should be suspected; appropriate action is consult your doctor if there is no improvement in 2 hours.

Specific remedies to be taken ½ -hourly for up to 6 doses

  • Griping sensation behind navel, bowels full of trapped wind, symptoms brought on by anger Chamomilla 30c
  • Constipation, ineffectual straining to pass stools Nux 30c
  • Bowels feel as if they are being clutched by a hand, hot, bloated feeling, discomfort made worse by jarring Belladonna 30c
  • Bowels feel as if they are being pinched between two stones, pain relieved by bending double or pressing hand hard against abdomen Colocynth 30c

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  Brook Advisory Centres
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