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Question: Hi...I am 6 weeks pregnant.....I have nausea feeling right from d morning till night...... morning sickness killing me!!!!I can't be normal !!!!!I have vomiting sensation in whatever I eat.....
Answer: Don't worry dear ot will go away after first trimester....untill then try this remedies;
A daily dose of ginger may be an effective alternative to anti-nausea medications during pregnancy ..
Smelling peppermint oil at the onset of nausea may help reduce your symptoms.
Avoid spicy or fatty foods: A blander diet made up of foods such as bananas, rice, applesauce, crackers or baked potatoes may relieve nausea and decrease the likelihood of an upset stomach.
Add protein to your meals:Protein-rich meals may fight off nausea better than meals high in fat or carbs.
Avoid large meals: Opting for smaller, more frequent meals when you're feeling nauseated may help reduce your symptoms.
Stay upright after you eat:Some people are more likely to experience reflux or become nauseous if they lie down within 30 to 60 minutes following a meal.
Avoid drinking with meals:Drinking any liquids with mealsmay increase feelings of fullness, which may worsen nausea in some individuals.
Stay hydrated: Dehydration can worsen nausea. If your nausea is accompanied by vomiting, replace your lost fluids with electrolyte-rich fluids such as flat mineral water, vegetable broth or a sports drink.
Avoid strong smells: These may worsen nausea, especially during pregnancy.
Avoid iron supplements: Pregnant women with normal iron levels should avoid taking iron supplements during the first trimester because they may worsen feelings of nausea .
Exercise: Aerobic exercise and yoga may be particularly helpful ways to reduce nausea in some individuals.
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Question: Hi..I am 7 weeks pregnant and i am feeling like vomiting in morning..even don't like to eat anything specially food..please suggest me for this situation..
Answer: Hello dear, morning sickness can be tiring...so here are few things to help you get through...eat small meals through the day, eat something salty or tangy when you feel nauseous, take a piece of ginger and chew on if slowly and suck on the juice..this helps in reducing vomiting... Also drink white pumpkin juice to help reduce morning sickness... Sipping on cold lemon juice or water can also help ease nauseous feeling.. I hope this helps....
Question: I am 8 weeks pregnant still not filling any morning sickness, nausea or vomiting is this normal?
Dear each pregnancy is different,some experience morning sickness,some may not,both are normal,so don't get worried