Does Blood Sugar Affect Pregnancy?
Hello. I want to ask. Does blood sugar affect pregnancy ??? I am 7 weeks pregnant. My blood sugar is 78. which I feel is very weak. Dizziness at all vomiting … please answer. Thank you
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Blood sugar 78 mg / dL is basically still in the normal blood sugar range. Blood sugar is called low when it is below 70 mg / dL.
Nausea and vomiting are very common conditions in women in the first trimester of pregnancy. Although in most pregnant women this condition is not dangerous, pregnant women who experience excessive nausea and vomiting still need to get a good examination and management so that complications do not occur in pregnancy. The weakness that you feel can occur because of the nausea you feel, it can also occur because you have a lack of fluids (dehydration). The following are some things you can try to do:
Try to eat a little but more often, eat a little each time you feel you want to eat and you can eat Eat foods that are not too oily and not too spicy, and do not smell sharp You can also eat foods that are soft and easy to swallow for while drink more if you vomit. You do not have to drink a lot immediately, but try to drink a sip or two sips every few minutes. You can drink water or other drinks, such as fruit and vegetable juices, electrolyte liquid, soup broth, coconut water, or ginger water that can help reduce your nausea. Smell the lemon or ginger to help reduce nausea Sleep and rest when you feel tired Ask other people to cook for you if you feel nauseous when you smell food. If you experience vomiting so often that you cannot eat or drink at all, you should immediately check yourself to the obstetrician. The condition of excessive nausea and vomiting is called hyperemesis gravidarum and is a dangerous condition if left without any treatment.
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