9 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Muze bahot headache ho rahi balm bhi lagaya kuch farak nhi he or vomet bhi feel ho rahi he reply kijiye plz fast

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Answer: Its normal put monison baam its nice for headache
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    Vsishali Gamare263 days ago

    Thankyu

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