13 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 12week pregnant nd still i m suffering from vomiting. Nd pain in my stomach. I am not able to eat anything what should i do??????

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Answer: Pregnancy mein kabhi kabhi aisa hota hei. Bad mein thik ho kata he. Don't worry about it
Answer: If u have pain in stomach u should consult a dr
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