8 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi mera 8th week chl raha hai. Muje itni vomting ho rahi hai k kuj b ni pachta. Kuj b nhi. Jis wajah se itni weakness a gyi hai k me na khadhi ho pa rahi hu n baith pa rhi

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Answer: Hello dear bahut jyada vomiting bhi sahi ni h ap plz doctorse turant medicine lijiye.
Answer: Consult ur doc he will help
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