8 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Am 7 week pregnent..Mera kuch chat pta khane ka mn krta h like chilly cheese nd malai chap....can i eat this things.. Sbji rotti ko dekhte hi vommite krne ka mn krta h ...me kya kru

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Answer: Don't worry dear in the 1st trimester we all go through similar situation,but its good to avoid oily food as it can cause heartburn and gastric problem . chat pata in small quantity is ok, until n unless u dont have digestion issues.After 3 months you can enjoy everything. Take care
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