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Question: I am 7 weeks pregnant and always having sensation of vomiting..and bitter taste in mouth..not able to eat anything even not able to drink water...have strong sense of smell...much worried about nutritional intake
Answer: Hi dear.. vomiting is common problem in pregnancy ,but don't stop eating healthy food , it will affect you and your baby's health.
You can use few tips to stop vomiting:-
# drink lemon water
# stay hydrated and drink lots of water
# drink 2 coconut water in a day
#eat small piece of ginger
# eat banana, kiwi
#eat soaked almonds before going to bed
Hope this will help
Question: mouth is very bitter whole day I feel nausea what remedy should I do to avoid nausea and vomiting and I am not able to eat
Answer: Sometimes the simplest remedies can prove quite useful to help with excessive vomiting. You may like to try some of these ideas:
Take your breakfast in bed before you actually get up and start your day.Eat several small meals a day if you can and avoid an empty stomach.
Include some protein in your diet, such as well cooked eggs, dairy products, lean meats, beans, whole grains, pulses and seeds.Stay away from heavy and greasy foods.
Have a teaspoon of ground cumin (jeera) seeds when you feel nauseous, it might help. Read more aboutnatural remedies for nausea.Figure out the smells and sights that aggravate this state and avoid them.Drink lots of water and other fluids between meals instead of during meals. It might help to take small sips regularly rather than large gulps in one go.Homeopathic medicine may work for some, speak to your doctor for more advice.Try having a spoon of ginger (adrak) juice mixed with honey (shahad) every morning. You could also try some ginger or lemon (nimbu) tea. Slices of lemon added to sparkling water or iced tea can also help provide some relief. Check out our healthy andalcohol-free drinks for pregnant women.
Question: I am having severe nausea. Bad taste in mouth..not able to eat anythg..i m 9 weeks pregnant..
Answer: Hi dear, bitter taste in mouth is normal during pregnancy and it makes eating really difficult. Here are five simple ways to get rid of that awful taste in your mouth and regain control of your taste buds:
Eat or drink citrus fruit or juice: More often than not, the metallic taste goes away if you consume acids, like citrus.
Use a saltwater rinse: A teaspoon of salt in eight ounces of water creates a saltwater solution for you to swoosh around your mouth, neutralizing pH levels and getting rid of that awful taste.
Change your prenatal vitamin: Not all prenatal vitamins are created equal, and some lead to metal mouth more than others. Talk to your doctor about switching if you just can’t tolerate the taste in your mouth.