4 Weeks Pregnant: Symptoms, Tips, and More

4 Weeks Pregnant Symptoms Discharge

The first symptom is the most obvious one. The second symptom may not seem so bad but it could cause some problems later on. So if you are experiencing any of these symptoms, then you need to take care of them immediately because they might affect your pregnancy outcome.

1) You feel nauseous or vomiting sometimes during the day time.

2) You have diarrhea or loose stools at night time.

3) Your body temperature increases during the day time.

4) You experience pain in your lower back, stomach, or other parts of your abdomen when standing up from sitting down.

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5) You experience a headache or migraine after eating spicy food.

6) You have severe abdominal cramps, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or constipation.

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7) You have difficulty urinating due to pain in bladder area.

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8) You have spotting or bleeding from your vaginal area which can either be brown, pink, red or black in color.

How to Treat 4 Weeks Pregnant Symptoms Discharge?

It is important to take note of all the symptoms you experience during early pregnancy and if any of these symptoms are concerning, it is best that you consult with a physician as soon as possible. If you are experiencing nausea, vomiting or diarrhea, then you need to increase your intake of fluids and electrolytes.

1) Drink Water

The most essential step is to increase your water intake to make up for the loss of fluids in your body due to vomiting and diarrhea. You can choose plain water, herbal tea or ginger tea. Other drinks which may help you feel better are apple juice, plain soda, carbonated beverages etc.

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