13 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I m very worried......bcoz of vomitting.....whatever i eat ......plz suggest me

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Answer: Do not lie down for 2 hours after eating. Try eating less oily and less spicy foods. It will decrease vomiting. Try and mark the answer helpful if it helps. Dont worry since vomiting is very common and for most women it stops after fourth month because hormones change after fourth month
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