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Question: Hi I'm 7 weeks pregnant. Today I m feeling tired n not able to eat anything since morning. Suffering breathlessness also. What is the problem?
Answer: Hi dear,,... Feeling breathlessness is a common concern in pregnancy.initial stages of pregnancy breathless ness is due to hormone progesterone.which changes the way your body us d to absorb oxygen.later stages,growth of baby can press and put pressure on diaphragm there by problem in breathing.not to worry and try to stay calm.divert your mind.Low stamina and fatigue is quite common during pregnancy.due to high progesterone level the body gets sluggish and tired. You need to check your thyroid level first.as thyroid requirement increases during pregnancy.you check your sugar levels too.apart from that do check our water intake.dehydration can directly impact your energy levels.keep sipping water through out the day.fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables to be consumed daily for overall health.vitamin d deficiency can also make one feel tired.keep yourself exposed to morning sunlight.include mild exercises in your daily routine.many times staying inactive can lead to lethargy.
Question: From today am feeling so tired and feeling vomitinh sensation...y is it so...??
Answer: Hi.. It's normal to feel tired as your body works to protect and nurture the developing baby, The placenta is just forming, your body is making more blood, and your heart is pumping faster because of which u feel tired and feeling sleepy. Exercise regularly will boost ur energy level and eat a healthy diet and keep urself hydrated. Try to drink plenty of water but have it in sips. Take small meals 6-7 times. Have something immediately once you get up even before leaving bed . Also you can prepare lemon and ginger water, which can be taken in sips through out the day.
Question: Hi, I am 7 weeks 5 days pregnant feeling so tired and sleepy and also not like to eat anything
Answer: Hi, most women will feel more tired than usual during their pregnancy. It is nothing but fatigue. Its most common during the first trimester. It tends to go away during the second trimester.Eat smaller meals each day, such as six to eight small meals instead of three larger ones. Avoid being without food for long periods of time.Drink plenty fluids between, but not with, meals.Avoid foods that are greasy, fried, or highly spiced.