16 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My vomiting is not in control.. What i do..

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Answer: Helloo..if u r not able to digest the even water..better u go and consult ur doc..she might admit u and will keep u nil per oral and will put u on iv fluids to prevent dehydration and antiemetic injections..but if vomiting is mild such that u can digest tablets..in that case she will advise u oral anti emetic..
Answer: Drink lemon water with black salt u'll feel better
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