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Question: I am in 21st week. I am still not able to have full proper diet. I feel nauseated and i vomit almost after every meal. I am not able to prepare food because of the aroma. Cant have dal, sabji, nowadays roti too.. Please advise. Please!
Answer: Hello! Some women do experience morning sickness through out the pregnancy. If you have too much of nausea, then please consult the doctor for medicine. Also try to follow these remedies for some relief.
1. consuming more meals per day, with smaller portions may help, especially high-carbohydrate meals.
2. pregnant women with morning sickness should try to avoid having an empty stomach.
3. Ginger may help reduce nausea symptoms during pregnancy.
4. Take ginger lemon water with honey.
5. Stay away from strong smell. during pregnancy, there may be an increase in sensitivity to odors, which might overstimulate normal nausea triggers.
6. mix one teaspoon each of lemon juice and mint juice with one-half teaspoon of ginger juice and one tablespoon of honey. Have this mixture two to three times a day.
7. Add five to six drops of ginger juice in a teaspoon of honey. Consume this mixture slowly when you wake up in the morning.
8. Press 15 to 20 curry leaves on a sieve to extract the juice. Add two teaspoons of fresh lemon juice and one teaspoon of honey or sugar and mix it well.
9. Chew on one teaspoon of fennel seeds after meals to help in the digestion process.
10. It has been found that women who drink a glass of water every hour are much less likely to suffer from morning sickness. Try to drink eight to 10 glasses of water daily.
Question: Hi, Every night I am feeling vomit sensation... After taking my food. Am not feeling comfortable during nitt. Am not able to have my food properly
Answer: Hi dear,
Nausea and vomiting as we know is quite common in pregnancy especially in 1st trimester.but some women can get in 2nd trimester and some continue till delivery.the pregnancy hormones to be blamed.but also depends on each body.many donot even get any nausea the entire pregnancy.how lucky!.no need to worry much about your own weight,your baby will be safe and can get nutrients from your saved storage. You can help yourself during nausea by following the tips:
1- eat smaller meals.but eat frequently.as the digestion process slows down due to the growth of baby,eating smaller meals puts less stress to stomach
2- eat non spicy food and eating nuts can releave nausea
3- stay away from caffeine.it triggers nausea
4- eat less salt in food to avoid bloating
5- sniff lemon it refreshes the air around you
6- eating cold food sometimes prevent nausea by not triggering the intense smell of food
7- chew ginger and ajwain
8-drink plenty of water
9-take rest to calm your body
10-If nothing helps,take anti nausea meds,consult your doctor for that.
Question: I am not able to eat anything having vomiting after every meal
Answer: Hii I would not suggest taking any medication on a regular basis you can take the following steps.About 70% of expecting mother experience Nausea and vomiting at some point of pregnancy and more commonly in early pregnancy
While i understand that nausea is an uncomfortable feeling please be assured that it is not harmful to you or your baby and infact it is considered to be a sign of healthy pregnancy.
Look at the steps below to help you with the same :
Avoiding foods and smells that trigger your nausea.
Keeping dry biscuits such as rusk or marie by your bed and eating a couple before getting up. Allow some time for digestion, and rise slowly once you are ready.
Eating smaller meals more frequently throughout the day instead of three big meals.
Drinking less water/fluids with your meals, and instead drink them between meals.
Eating more dry, plain foods such as white rice, dry toast.
Sucking on hard candy.
Keeping rooms well ventilated or having a fan close by for easier breathing. If neither of these are possible, take time to go outside to get some fresh air.
Getting plenty of rest; Listen to your body when you are feeling fatigued, and try lying down.
Sniffing ginger or lemons or drinking lemonade, which can help ease the feeling of nausea.
Talking with your doctor about the multivitamin you are taking; having too much iron may cause nausea, and switching to a different vitamin could help.
Asking your doctor about taking a vitamin B-6 supplement, which has proven to help nausea and vomiting.
Your tiredness will only reduce if you eat .... Eat small meals but eat