Frequent Liquid Vomiting While 14 Weeks Pregnant?
Hello Meihandayai294, Thank you for the question.
Complaints of nausea and vomiting are common complaints in a pregnant woman in the first trimester. This complaint can be caused by:
hormonal changes during pregnancy
the sense of smell becomes more sensitive
In addition, stress levels during pregnancy, fatigue, and urinary tract infections can also cause complaints of nausea and vomiting.
You don't need to worry about changes in the contents of the vomit as you mentioned unless the vomit contents are mixed with blood. The liquid that comes out in the vomit that you mentioned at the end of the statement may contain stomach acid which can be mixed with bile. You also need to worry about these complaints, especially if you experience persistent vomiting until you have difficulty maintaining your appetite or if you experience weight loss. In such cases, it is recommended that you immediately consult your obstetrician for further examination and treatment. Even if you experience nausea, you are still encouraged to increase the amount of fluid you consume because if your body lacks fluids, this can have an impact on your pregnancy.
There are several suggestions that you can follow to help deal with nausea:
get enough rest because fatigue can cause nausea
consume food in smaller portions but more often
avoid consuming foods that have a strong aroma
avoid lying down after eating
still consume water little by little but regularly, consuming cold drinks can help relieve nausea
avoid using tight clothes
consume ginger candy or ginger water because according to research ginger can help reduce nausea
keep your normal activities so that you don't think about your complaint, because the more you think about it, the complaint will usually get worse
Do not hesitate to consult with your obstetrician if this complaint is very disturbing.
I hope this helps.