Answer: Hi. Yes its normal.
Some women stop puking after 4 month and some pukes for entire pregnancy so dont worry.
To help prevent and treat nausea during pregnancy, try:
Avoiding foods and smells that trigger your nausea.
Keeping soda crackers by your bed and eating a couple before getting up.
Allow some time for digestion, and rise slowly once you are ready.
Eating smaller meals more frequently throughout the day instead of three big meals.
Drinking less water/fluids with your meals, and instead drink them between meals.
Eating more dry, plain foods such as white rice, dry toast, or a plain baked potato instead of richer, creamier foods.
Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Hi so much in trouble my nausea is not subsiding even after completing first trimester. Is it normal?
Answer: Hi,yes as in some cases it can continue longer.yiu should consult to the Dr as it will else make you dehydrated.also you should have something like whole wheat toast before stepping out of the bed
Eat something every two hours
You should have adequate water and fluids intake
Have ginger honey paste one teaspoon.
This should help too
Question: It's been 3 and a half hour I am not feeling baby's movement... Is it normal?
Answer: Hello dear, you can feel your baby's first movements, between weeks 16 and 25 of your pregnancy. If this is your first pregnancy, you may not feel your baby move until closer to 25 weeks.
These first fetal movements are called quickening and are often described as flutters.
By the second pregnancy, some women start to feel movements as early as 13 weeks.
If doubt, you can talk to ur doctor. Otherwise it's normal.
Hope it helped, Take care urself.. .
Question: My 3 and half months baby is doing potty after every feed. Is it normal?
Some babies poop after every feeding and some every three days. It's all normal,
Pooping after every feeding is especially common in breastfeeding newborns. When a breastfed baby has a bowel movement after nearly every feeding during the first few weeks, it's a good sign – it means he's getting plenty of milk.