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Question: Hi.. I am 6 week pregnant. .I am having nausea all the time and tiredness also..And have no appetite ..Also having headache and feeling too much emotional all the time..I am too much exhausted what should I do..
Answer: Hi! First of all, congrats! I used to suffer too Eat toast on empty stomach first thing in the morning. I had bad nausea over my first trimester and half of my second trimester. Things that worked for me: 1) Having a snack immediately upon waking up. Like even before you get out of bed to brush your teeth. It helped me a lot. 2) Those lovely imli (tamarind/Puli) candy. 3) Oranges 4) I also had to be prescribed a pregnancy-safe medicine for really bad bouts of nausea. Do talk to your doctor. Hope you feel better soon & Take care.
Question: i am 6 week pregnant and have too much weight ... what to do????
Answer: Avoid excessive sugary or fatty foods as these contain empty calories and, although tasty, don't help keep your weight stable.Eat lots of fruit and vegetables with lean meat or fish.Remember that potatoes and bread are not fattening until you put butter on them.Brown or wholemeal bread is more filling than the white variety, as is brown rice compared to white.Alcoholic drinks are best avoided as they are not recommended for either mother-to-be or baby – fruit juice with sparkling mineral water is a good alternative.If you feel an attack of the nibbles coming on, opt for dried fruit and a glass of water, this will help fill you up and avoid constipation, which is a common side effect of pregnancy.
Question: I am 6 week pregnant... Too much pain in left knee? What to do for relief??
Answer: Hello dear. During pregnancy, there are many changes that occur in your body. Due to these normal physical changes, it is common to experience increased joint and muscle pain. The most common cause of knee pain during pregnancy is the gradual increase in your weight. Few of the remedies are : Hot and Cold Therapy. Massage. Acupuncture. Rest. Proper foot wear. Take care.