10 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I can't eat anything. Even juice also. What shall I do

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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.
Answer: Hi dear, this is common is first trimester of pregnancy and eventually will be normal after 4th or 5th month. Even i had same problem and i have lost 3kgs during this time. Since i had severe vomitting sensation my gynic had prescribed a chewing tablet to control vomitting sensation to an extent which helped me to intake foods. Post 4 and half months i became normal and started taking good foods and gradually my weight increased as well. I have delivered a healthy baby boy weighted 3.5kgs. Please dont compromise on nutrition to your baby. Even if you vomit, take plenty of juices and healthy foods. All the best!
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