Answer: Hello dear, Nausea and vomiting are healthy part of pregency. Generally it goes away during second trimester but sometimes it found in whole pregency. To get rid of, you can try this... Take ginger juice off course it is very bitter in taste so mix it with little honey and have it. Drink lots of water. You can also drink lemon water. Stay well hydrate. Keep yourself calm and take rest. Sometimes hunger increases nausea. So eat regular meals and small snacks like dry fruits ( soaked almonds, 4 5 cashew nuts, 2 walnuts, fresh orange juice, fruits, sprouts, chhena, biscuits, namkin. Also you can have lemon water with black salt. Hope it helped, Take care urself....
Answer: Hello dear, Movement can slow down due to gas Or as you get closer to your due date. A total lack of movement, however, is a cause for concern, If you haven't felt much in the way of kicking for about an hour, no need to call right away. Instead, drink a glass of fruit juice (the sugar in juice will make your baby's blood-sugar levels jump, increasing the chances that he'll start kicking), then lie on your left side in a quiet room for half an hour. "If you don't count three to four movements within that time frame, give your doctor a call," Hope it helped, Take care urself....
Answer: Hi dear, Less baby movements are normal at this stage as there isn't enough space for baby to move much. Nausea is normal for many women through out the pregnancy. Your digestive system is been squeezed due to the developing and growing baby so your digestion process slows down.eat smaller meals,instead of larger meals.try to be active,by walking and swimming.that would help you get sleep at night.and also would aid in digestion.
Answer: Hi, in somw women vomiting continues till all 9 mnths. So dont worry about that. Fir baby movements uf tou feel they are getring kess deink more. If watwr and have more sqeers and see. Wlse inform your dr. All the best. Have a safe delivery
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