Answer: Hello... In early pregnancy there is very high chance of gastritis problem leads to decrease appetite, indigestion, burning sensation, nausea, even vomiting is common. You should take light less spicy food in small intervals, green salate, drink plenty of water, walk after meal. It's help your problem probably. Good luck.
Answer: This is a usual problem every pregnant women faces. Try taking small amounts of food after short interval rather than having 3 meals a day. This will help digest food easily and you will not feel full. Hope this helps. Taking fruits has helped me a lot.
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