Similar Questions with Answers
Question: This is my 14th week and I am still having vomiting.....when will it going to stop as I am not able to digest anything.
Answer: Hi dear, I can understand the situation women go through in first trimester especially.unfortunately for some it even extends to 2 Nd trimester and third trimeater.the nausea ,vomiting episodes kill the appetite.so try to minimise the nausea.no need to worry much about your own weight,your baby will be safe and can get nutrients from your saved storage. You can help yourself during nausea by following the tips:eat smaller meals.but eat frequently.as the digestion process slows down due to the growth of baby,eating smaller meals puts less stress to stomach,eat non spicy food and eating nuts can releave nausea,stay away from caffeine.it triggers nausea,eat less salt in food to avoid bloating, sniff lemon it refreshes the air around you, eating cold food sometimes prevent nausea by not triggering the intense smell of food, chew ginger and ajwain,drink plenty of water,take rest to calm your body,If nothing helps,take anti nausea meds,consult your doctor for that.
Question: Hi, I can't drink milk as i cnt digest it. what are other alternative for it?
Answer: Hi dear, the same was with me when I was pregnant I didn't drink milk at all. If you are non vegetarian then nothing to worry about there are so many substitutes of milk like egg Fish chicken etc. But if you are vegetarian then you can consume other dairy products like paneer cheese you got instead of milk. Even beans rajma soybean I also good source of protein and iron and Jacqueline vegetables leafy vegetables are good source of calcium. so you have to eat a daily meal in combinations of all these items. Hope it helps.
Question: My baby suffered lactose intolerance in January month. Now again she has loose motion, doctor told me to stop breastfeeding. Can it occur again??
Answer: Hi, If baby has lactose intolerance then yes it could happen again of milk is given. Your baby can be given special formula for lactose intolerant babies which will not have lactose and will be digested normally by baby