Causes Of Nausea, Vomiting, No Appetite, Accompanied By Liquid And Foaming Chapters When 3 Months Pregnant?
Hello, I am 3 months pregnant. During this time I was not so queasy u0026amp; easy to eat without picking food. But about 5 days yesterday I suddenly felt nauseous, vomited, lost my appetite, lost 1-2 kg of weight, and the chapter became watery foaming but no heartburn at all (I only drank a lot at that time). During my illness I still tried to eat and drink a little even though I sometimes vomited again. What disease did I have? What should I do to keep my fetus healthy?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your concern. Fetal health does directly affect the health of the mother, because all the nutrients it has, it must be obtained from the mother through the placenta. So if the mother lacks nutrition or fluids, the fetus is also threatened to experience the same thing.
What happens to you with the complaint can be a form of hormonal imbalance. Although in theory nausea and vomiting in pregnancy occur in the early weeks of pregnancy and end in the 3rd or 4th month, in reality there are pregnant women who experience it throughout pregnancy, or just start in the middle and continue until the end of pregnancy. So far it is still unclear what causes the condition.
Another possibility could be due to the condition of food poisoning, parasitic infections, food allergies, stomach acid disease, and so forth. It needs a direct examination to ascertain your condition. Our advice, check with your obstetrician to find out which of these possibilities best represents your condition. Your obstetrician can also give you anti-nausea medications to reduce these symptoms and make it easier for you to eat. Keep in mind that during pregnancy you should not take any medication, even if sold freely because it can have an impact on your pregnancy. So, the safest is to get the drug by an examination by a gynecologist.
Meanwhile, keep your food clean, make sure every thing you consume is ripe, adequate rest, avoid triggers nausea such as late eating, strong aroma or smell, stress, etc. that can be different for each person. Increase consumption of warm water, consumption of vitamins and pregnancy supplements, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.