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6629746 tn?1394066444

Hospital Trip?

6 weeks, cramping, vomiting, and dehydrated.. should I go to ER? im such a worry wart.
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Avatar universal
Don't chug the water. Take little sips and just rest. Dry toast or just plain bread would work. Just relax, sip water and sleep. Cramping and vomiting are normal pregnancy symptoms but if you're violently vomiting and it doesn't ease up by morning then call your dr. Main thing is to keep down some water.
5864651 tn?1396931970
If uour worried just ring your doctor I had loafs of cramps and strange pains at the beginning of my pregnancy but it is just as everything is stretching and if your dehydrated then make sure you drink plenty of fluids unless you have bright red blood then try not to worry
5692644 tn?1388472314
I would drink some water and try to hydrate myself,before going in. The cramping and vomiting could be from dehydration. If you drink some water to try to hydrate and that still doesn't work, then I would go in. Try some crackers to settle your stomach so you can keep down the water too. Good luck hun.
6629746 tn?1394066444
thank you. I tried eating crackers with some chicken noodles and broth. and my stomach is still turning. ill try drinking more water. I wasn't able to keep much water down earlier. so I slept most of the day to avoid vomiting again.
5692644 tn?1388472314
If crackers don't work, you could try dry toast. My first trimester before I got medician for vomiting, toast saved me from vomiting a lot of the time.
6646587 tn?1391043347
Drink lots of water because dehydration can cause a miscarriage not trying to worry you but alot of ppl don't know that so as long as you drink water you'll be fine! Your still early in your pregnancy so its hard but you'll get better as the weeks go by
Avatar universal
I had HORRIBLE cramps from week 5 to 7. Im a ftm & when I discussed it with my ob he said it was perfectly normal for me because my uterus has never had to stretch before to accommodate a growing baby. As long as the cramps are not accompanied with bleeding you shouldn't have anything to worry about :)
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