13 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 13 week pregnancy after 12 week my nausea and vomiting was reduced but is week muje bhook ni lag ri h bilkul bhi. Kya kru??

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Answer: Hi, tension mat lijiye, ho sakta hain ki acidity aur gastric hain andar andar. Toh aap khub sara pani pijiye, saunf khaye khane ke baad aur buttermilk lein. Isse apko thoda bhuk lagega.
Answer: Sometimes it's normal try to take food on time with plenty of water
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