Handling Nausea And Vomiting During Pregnancy?

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,, I want to ask.rnMy wife is only about 6 weeks pregnant, but she often has nausea and vomiting.rnYesterday, she was checked by the midwife and given medicine but she was still nauseous and was vomiting. .rnIs there any medicine that can reduce the nausea and vomiting.rnAnd is vomiting not dangerous for my wife..rnThank you

1 Answer:

Hello,

During pregnancy, hormonal changes occur in the mother's body, namely the production of the hormone hCG. The hCG hormone can trigger nausea during pregnancy, especially in early pregnancy until 3 months of gestation. Actually nausea that occurs in pregnant women can indicate your pregnancy is healthy. Another trigger for nausea is that the mother is more sensitive to certain scents or the mother is suffering from a urinary tract infection.

In a state of nausea accompanied by excessive vomiting and food is difficult to enter, pregnant women need to be aware of it. This condition is called hyperemesis gravidarum which can be dangerous for pregnant women because it can cause dehydration, low baby weight, and low blood pressure. In a state of excessive nausea and vomiting, pregnant women should seek treatment from a doctor.

Here are some tips for relieving nausea:

eat food little by little, avoid stomach being too empty or too full, consume snacks between meals, don't lie down immediately after eating, avoid high-fat, spicy foods, wear comfortable clothes, hope this helps,

dr.Mira

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