9 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hello everyone,im two month pregnant.from last three week i feel nausea and vomiting.but now nothing is happening.is it normal.im taking medicine as per dr. prescription.

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Answer: It's completely normal. Symptoms vary from person to person. Some ladies have vomiting till full term of 9 months whereas some do not feel any symptoms at all.
Answer: Yes it's normal don't worry.. Nd dont take any medicine widout consultng ur dctr
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    rajni rai193 days ago

    Thanks mam

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