Frequent Vomiting At 11 Weeks Gestation?
I want to ask. I’m already 11 weeks pregnant. Every day vomiting continues vomiting. And vomiting is often. Vomit into the bathroom, water came out so. Well, the vomit came out and the color was rather green. Just finished vomiting then returned to the mattress. Just sat on the mattress straight back to the bathroom again. Then throw up again. Why is that? And now he throws up on the mattress using a plastic bag. The problem is vomiting almost every time. Please answer quickly. Thanks
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At a young gestational age, up to 12-20 weeks, the production of the hormone beta chorionic gonadotropin (beta hCG) by the placenta (the placenta of the developing fetus) will increase dramatically. This hormone has an important role in strengthening pregnancy while also overcoming problems related to sex hormones. However, increased production of this hormone also affects the emergence of nausea and vomiting which is quite severe in early pregnancy.
Although it often seems alarming, most cases of nausea and vomiting in young pregnant women are not dangerous. The green vomit color of your brother may be the impact of the type of food or drink that he just consumed. It could also, this greenish color comes from stomach acid or bile acids that come out along with vomit.
If the vomiting that your sister has experienced is very massive, ie up to more than 10 times per day, you should remain vigilant and invite your sister to check her complaints to the doctor or obstetrician. It is feared that, besides due to reasonable conditions during pregnancy, the nausea and vomiting that he experiences are also aggravated by the presence of a disease, such as gastric ulcer, gastroenteritis, obstructive ileus, food poisoning, pancreatitis, cholangitis, cholelithiasis, hepatitis, tumors in the digestive tract, and so on. It is also feared that vomiting that is too massive causes a drastic reduction in the intake of nutrients absorbed to support the activities of your sister, as well as the development of the fetus in the womb. Some types of tests, such as laboratory or biopsy, may be done by your doctor to your sister.
In the meantime, you should not panic. Do not just carelessly give your sister medicine without a prescription directly from the doctor. In order to reduce nausea and vomiting, encourage your sister to do the following tips:
Eat more regularly, small portions (3-4 hours) Don't eat spicy, sour, oily, coconuty, and gassed foods. Don't eat too much indiscriminately, eat raw foods, or are not hygienically processed. Eat more soft foods , berkuah Expand also drink Rest regularly Do not stress or excessive sadness Always calm your mind and heart Consumption of pregnancy supplements, if the doctor prescribes them to maintain your pregnancy Hopefully it helps ya ..