Pregnancy and Gastroenterolog

Emotional changes are a result of pregnancy's typical physiological changes in the gastrointestinal (GI) system. Therefore, pregnancy poses a unique medical challenge to the GI tract and, for some women, is a time of vulnerability for the emergence of new GI illnesses or an aggravation of preexisting ones. These progressions can result in brand-new symptoms, exacerbate an already-existing illness, or conceal a potentially harmful condition. Absence of participation in addressing these symptoms might have obliterating effects. The doctor must be able to determine if these symptoms are those of a typical pregnancy or indicate a potentially fatal complication like preeclampsia. Additionally, the doctor needs to be aware of which medications and tests are safe to administer during pregnancy.

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