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it could be you are sensitive to foods you normally aren't during this pregnancy maybe? cause you shouldn't have stomach aches to bad i can see having them cause pregnancy can give you a lot of gas but i was having that and some vomiting early on and i realized that i am allergic to milk during this pregnancy . . . . so i stopped drinking milk and cut back on dairy and i have been great
So you could try adjusting your diet i hate for you to suffer so bad . . .
yogurt isn't bothering me either. maybe because it is cultured? i am not sure mainly butter and milk get me and cooked cheese in small amounts seems okay but i just avoid it altogether right now i figured i would try it again in the second trimester . . .
I think so because this is how I have felt for the last week. Immodium is the only thing keeping me from being a miserable mess. If I don't take it, it is awful. I thought being nauseous all day was the worst possible thing but it turns out I was wrong. My doctor said Immodium is fine and if that won't work to let them know and they would call in a prescription for me. I feel your pain!
I think I know what you're talking about! I have been craving all sorts of veggies right now and I made a soup with cabbage in it...it was sooo good but it gave me bad gas pains and intestinal cramps. I thought I was going to die for a little while last night. LOL not really but it sure felt bad! I've never had that problem with cabbage before.
I would try using Lactaid instead of milk if milk products seem to bother you. You could also see if it's ok to use that pill-form that you take with a meal so you can eat dairy even if lactose intolerant. I can't remember what it's called though!
Eggs should be okay to eat then if it's a dairy issue Coconut milk is a good healthy dairy sub and great in baking, coconut oil subs in great for butter too. Had to go dairy free this last time nursing. It's not so bad once you get going. There is even ice cream that is really good made with coconut milk! Hope you feel better