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Question: I'm 8 week 6days pregnant when control's vomiting sensation

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Answer: Hello dear. You can try this remedy for vomiting and it also helps in digestion and constipation. Take a lemon put black salt in it and use toothpick to put it inside the lemon now put the lemon on a spoon and heat it till the black salt melts and goes inside the lemon. Now take it off the flame. Now lick it. Trust me it works. Hope this helps.
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