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milly90

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  1. well i did go to the hospital and they said that i was really dehydrated and then they didnt tell me what was causing my horrible stomache and headache pains. said i should rest and see someone besides a midwife. gave me some nausea medicine and said to see if that would help me improve.
  2. Well i went to my midwife today and she said that i am fine and the pregnancy is fine. she didnt seem to know what she was talking about. just said its not signs of pregnancy. what is an ectopic pregnancy?
  3. I have had the disease for almost 10 years now and just found out a little over 2 months ago that i am pregnant. i just turned 21. i was having the normal symptoms of pregnancy and then all of a sudden my body just was in a lot of pain. my sides feels like someone is gripping and holding onto them tightly, my ribs and underneath on my right side has sharp pains and sometimes feels like there is alot of pressure. i get dizzy, blurry vision, i see spots and have severe headaches. i have to force myself daily to get out of bed and just have been starting to feel like i dont want to be pregnant anymore just because of the pain. i have to walk about 3 miles everyday for the bus so i can get to worksource since i am required to attend unless if i have a doctors note saying that i cant. everyday the pain gets worse and i feel even more tired. it has come to the point where i can barely even think enough to read. and soemtimes i will be hungry and i feel too tired to even walk 5 feet to make me food. is this normal for being pregnant with celiac disease. and are there any information you could give me that would help me, because i am on the verge of feeling like i am dying and i dont like the feeling.