10 weeks pregnant mother

Question: mere muh k taste bhut azib rhta h kada kada sa anytime....what to do.plz help...

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Answer: It's happen in earlier stage of pregnancy...Use lemon and citrus fruit in ur diet...When u start ur 5th month it Will go almost
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