10 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I have vomiting with little bit bood one time is it problem

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Answer: Even though vomiting are there don't skip on the food ... Nutrients are very important for fetal development during first trimester so if you vomiting soon after that have something like fruits or anything that can fill you.
Answer: Hi.. Dear blood should not be there, it will be better if you get yourself checked by your gynaecologist once.
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    Pushpa Garaddi97 days ago

    Ok thank you

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