16 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Im getting blood when i vomit y

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Answer: Hllo dear u r 16 weeks pregnant dear vomiting s normal during pregnancy due to hormonal changes but blood in vomit s not normal its due to any infection. Consult to ur gyno immediately.
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