Stomach Ache During Pregnancy may be a Gallbladder Symptom

A stomach ache during pregnancy is often dismissed as an inevitable part of pregnancy. But it can actually indicate a gallbladder problem.

Gallbladder symptoms are more common in pregnant women. But what exactly makes pregnant women more prone to developing gallbladder symptoms? There are a couple of reasons behind this phenomenon that many women don’t understand.

 

The first reason is that both estrogen and progesterone increase during pregnancy. These hormones are responsible for the major changes in the body that happen during pregnancy. But estrogen also plays a role in increasing the amount of cholesterol secreted from the liver.

 

The other reason why pregnant women are more likely to experience gallbladder symptoms in pregnancy is because gallstones are more likely to cause symptoms in pregnant women. It is thougth that about 80% of gallstones are asymptomatic in the general population. During pregnany you are more likely to notice symptoms.

 

Dr. Marina Rose has helped people with gallbladder symptoms and other challenging, chronic health conditions in and around the city of Los Altos, CA.

 

Certain dietary choices may help you to avoid gallbladder symptoms, as Dr. Andrew Weil agrees.

Staying hydrated and eating fiber are important for promoting gallbladder health. Both of these will help with common other digestive complaints that occur during pregnancy like constipation. Also remember to eat plenty of fruits and vegetables while avoiding white flour and sugar.

 

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