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Question: I already had morning sickness and nausea at the very beginning of my pregnancy. But now this week, my vomiting has increased very much. I am feeling even more tired and exhausted than what it used to be in the beginning. In case of my first pregnancy, I got a relief from vomiting after 3 and a half months. But this one seems to be different. Please help. I am concerned whether I am going to be tired and exhausted throughout my pregnancy.
Answer: Sometimes the simplest remedies can prove quite useful to help with excessive vomiting. You may like to try some of these ideas: Take your breakfast in bed before you actually get up and start your day.Eat several small meals a day if you can and avoid an empty stomach. Include some protein in your diet, such as well cooked eggs, dairy products, lean meats, beans, whole grains, pulses and seeds.Stay away from heavy and greasy foods. Have a teaspoon of ground cumin (jeera) seeds when you feel nauseous, it might help. Read more aboutnatural remedies for nausea.Figure out the smells and sights that aggravate this state and avoid them.Drink lots of water and other fluids between meals instead of during meals. It might help to take small sips regularly rather than large gulps in one go.Homeopathic medicine may work for some, speak to your doctor for more advice.Try having a spoon of ginger (adrak) juice mixed with honey (shahad) every morning. You could also try some ginger or lemon (nimbu) tea. Slices of lemon added to sparkling water or iced tea can also help provide some relief.
Question: I'm 4months pregnant.. I can't eat nothing at night.. All time feeling like vomiting.. Also recently (2,3days) I have vaginal infection.. Like itching all time.. Does it affect the baby? And what should I eat at night and evening?
Answer: hello.. dear vaginal infection is not a good sign dear dont worry just talk to your doctor once about this.. itching though common and normal in pregnancy... but all the time might be an infection... for nause and vomiting.. Nausea is the most characteristic sign of early pregnancy, which is also referred to as morning sickness. Women feel nausea and vomiting which starts from the 8th week of pregnancy and continues up to 12 to 14 weeks of pregnancy. In some rare cases, feeling like throwing up continues throughout the pregnancy. The cause could be the estrogen levels or sudden biochemical changes during pregnancy. It can also be due to deficiency of vitamin B6. Increase your intake of fluids to curb the feeling of nausea. Recommended liquids include juices, sport drinks and liquids having ginger as ginger provides relief to nausea. Liquid tonics should be taken for upset stomach. Water might be your last choice as it seems not work well for nausea. Drinks with caffeine and acids must be avoided. 1. Green leafy vegetables. 2. Vegetables soup 3. All varieties of pulses. 4. Curd, paneer, tofu, buttermilk. 5. All seasonal fruits except pineapple and papaya. 6. Lots of water. 7. Fruit juices and shakes 8. Bowl of salads. 9. No aerated and caffeinated drinks. 10. No ajinomoto. 11. No gassy foods 12. Protein rich diet. 13. Omega 3 rich foods like walnuts and flax seeds.
Question: Hi all, I'm 2nd time pregnant...still I don't have morning sickness but feeling tired and bit backache in the evening... Still didnt do vomit one time too..pls suggest
Answer: Hi dear every pregnancy is different it can be your second time pregnancy but the symptoms might be completely opposite a different from the first one there is nothing to be worried about if you are not feeling nauseated or not vomiting please count your blessings that you are not going through that feeling but it is not related to your baby directly in any way so please don't worry and enjoy your days.. Hope this helps!