11 weeks pregnant mother

Question: dear all , I am in my 10th week of pregnancy . feeling like to vomit at any point of time during day and night but not vomitting. and also not like to eat any thing andfeel headache at night . is it normal ? I had a history of pcos .is baby is growing or not ? I m feeling nurvous all the time thinking about this.

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Answer: U r not eating thatsy getting headache. Please eat something frequently
Answer: in pregnancy this is normal..
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