9 weeks pregnant mother

I have to much headache and feeling like nausea.. what should I do?

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Hello dear, Headaches are very common during pregnancy, particularly in the first trimester. Your hormone levels are raising and this can lead to daily headaches. Other common causes include dehydration, abruptly stopping your caffeine intake, increased stress, and poor sleep. Here is some remedies for headache without taking medication, you can try the following: 1 keep yourself hydrated , drinking water can ease ... 2 try eating smaller meals more frequently (to prevent low blood sugar)... 3  squeezing in a daily nap or practicing good posture ....  4 If you're feeling the headachy effects of cut back on caffeine ...  5 Apply a hot or cold compresses to the painful area on your head or the base of your neck (use a frozen bag of peas for a cold compress or a damp towel soaked in warm water). Get a gentle shoulder and head massage. Hope it helped ,Take care urself...
Hello dear, Nausea and vomiting are healthy part of pregency. Generally it goes away during second trimester but sometimes it found in whole pregency. To get rid of, you can try this... Take ginger juice off course it is very bitter in taste so mix it with little honey and have it. Drink lots of water. You can also drink lemon water. Stay well hydrate. Keep yourself calm and take rest. Sometimes hunger  increases nausea. So eat regular meals and small snacks like dry fruits ( soaked almonds, 4 5 cashew nuts, 2 walnuts, fresh orange juice, fruits, sprouts, chhena, biscuits, namkin.  Also you can have lemon water with black salt. Hope it helped, Take care urself....
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