Answer: Congratulations for pregnancy dear its good that ur all reports r normal .vomiting s due to harmonal changes. i also face vomitimg problem from firat trimester. My sister in law advised me to take peppermint tea, Sip fluids, such as clear fruit juices, water, or ice chips, throughout day. Don’t drink lots of fluid at one time.Eat small meals or snacks every two to three hours instead of three large meals per day.Don’t eat fried, greasy, or spicy foods.chew on fennel seeds whenever you feel vomiting .i try it nd get relief u can try it also
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Question: Hi moms... I am 13 weeks pregnant. My nt scan was normal but doctor told to do double marker test. Yesterday I got my double marker test report and it came positive. I am very much worried.
Answer: If you NT scan report is normal then hopefully it is not a serious matter of concern. doctor may ask you to take advance test to confirm whether there is any chance of abnormality or not. Don't panic dear everything will be fine.
Question: Why am having front lower left abdominal pain and back pain when I consult doct she said everything was fine , but still am facing pain
Answer: Hi, back pain Is normal during pregnancy, not to worry.it is due to raised hormones and could be due to stress and growing uterus stretches ligaments of uterus and abdominal organs and puts pressure on back bone causes pain.start taking proper diet and proper rest.better to maintain good posture, avoid lifting heavy weights ,try to avoid standing for long time.try to sleep on your side not on your back.better to take paracetamol which is safe during pregnancy if you have severe pain.take care
Question: What is quadraple test durin 14 weeks pregnant?already I had NT scan...NT is normal...then also doing this test...why it is needed?
Answer: Hi dear, quadruple marker test, it is a blood test administered in pregnancy, typically between the 15th to 20th week of pregnancy.it is prenatal test that measure the levels of AFP, beta hcg and Estrogen. It usually advised in maternal age more than 35, abnormal double marker test or previous history of abnormal babies.take care and all the best