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Question: I cant feel like to eat anything m taking my tablet for nausea bt its not working m 2nd month pregnant plz advice somthing

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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.
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    Saba Yousuf1062 days ago

    By I ve to take my nausea tablet as I wake up n den I wait for half n hour should my take tablet n toast at the same tun??

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    Saba Yousuf1062 days ago

    Tym

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