15 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi, I am 14 weeks pregnant. For my entire firdt trimester, my morning sickness became a whole day sickness due to extreme vomiting. Its now 2 weeks that i am pn my second trimester. But my vomiting and nausea are still very much persistant. All these theee months i was only on boiled rice and boiled potatos . Anything other than this caused havoc vomiting. I took doxinate but that too failed. My usg and blood reports were normal. Baby movement is also good. I want some advice here about diets and other ways to fight this vomiting

Answer: Hi! First of all, congrats! Eatinf toast on empty stomach first thing in the morning worked for me: I had bad nausea over my first trimester and half of my second trimester. 1) Having a snack immediately upon waking up. Like even before you get out of bed to brush your teeth. It helped me a lot. 2) Those lovely imli (tamarind/Puli) candy. 3) Oranges 4) I also had to be prescribed a pregnancy-safe medicine for really bad bouts of nausea. Do talk to your doctor fr alternate medicine other than.doxinate. 5) Chewing ajwain or saunf has helped immensely.. Hope you feel better soon & Take care.
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    Debaleena Ghosh119 days ago

    Thanks a lot

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