13 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Not feeling to eat anything vomiting sensation is there will this affect the foetus? Please reply

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Answer: HI dear. Vomiting is common for pregnancy.. And that is not affect the baby. Vomiting Is one of the body cleaning process.. So don't worry about it. After 3month wil be normal..
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