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1. Dyspepsia - pregnancy-associated

age, with 30–80% of women suffering from dyspepsia at some time during their pregnancy [ ; ; ; ; ]. A prospective longitudinal cohort study of the evolution of GORD symptoms during pregnancy found that [ ]: Of pregnant women, 12.5% had heartburn at least once a week in the first trimester, 21.5% in the second trimester, and 35.3% in the third trimester. Daily heartburn occurred in around 10% of women in the third trimester. In the third trimester, 40.7% of women experienced regurgitation at least (...) . [ ; ; ; ; ; ; ] Diagnosis Diagnosis Diagnosis When should I suspect dyspepsia in pregnancy? Dyspepsia in pregnancy is predominantly caused by gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD). The diagnosis can be made on symptoms alone, which do not differ from the non-pregnant population. Take a detailed history. Ask about: Presenting symptoms and how they are affecting the woman's quality of life: heartburn and acid reflux are common, but people may also describe other symptoms including upper abdominal discomfort

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