How To Deal With Nausea And Vomiting In Pregnant Women 13 Weeks?
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A person's normal blood pressure ranges from 90/60 mmHg to 120/80 mmHg. If with a blood pressure of 90/65 mmHg, you don't experience other symptoms, the blood pressure is still classified as normal so there is nothing you need to worry about right now, however, your condition still needs to be monitored. Blood pressure can be affected by various conditions, including body fluid intake. If you continue to lose fluids such as vomiting or diarrhea and combined with lack of fluid intake, your blood pressure can be lower. This condition can be accompanied by several symptoms such as dizziness, weakness, blurred vision, cold sweat, palpitations, floating sensation, and others. If you don't experience these symptoms, you can still monitor your condition first. However, you are still encouraged to maintain your food and drink intake.
Nausea and vomiting are common complaints that occur in early pregnancy. The concern of these complaints is the occurrence of hyperemesi gravidarum, or excessive vomiting during pregnancy which can cause dehydration. This condition is caused by hormonal changes during pregnancy. To diagnose this condition the doctor will ask about your complaints, do an ultrasound to assess the condition of the fetus, and do blood and urine tests (usually found ketones in the urine). There are several suggestions that you can follow to deal with nausea during pregnancy:
consume small portions of food but more often
avoid consuming foods that are spicy, sour, oily, and fatty
Avoid consuming food with strong aroma
consume drinks slowly
wear comfortable clothes
get enough rest because fatigue can also cause nausea
get up slowly from bed in the morning if you experience morning sickness
avoid lying down after eating
try to occupy yourself with your daily activities and not think about complaints of nausea because the more you think about them nausea complaints will occur
You can still try to consume water, just try to consume it little by little. If you still have difficulty consuming water, you can try consuming fruit juice, broth, or coconut water.
Eminetone is a supplement that contains various vitamins and minerals for pregnant and lactating women. One of the ingredients of this supplement is 400 micrograms (400 mcg) of folic acid. Folic acid is needed by pregnant women to prevent nerve and brain damage to the fetus. Prompts to consume folic acid for pregnant women is 100-1000 mcg per day, depending on the condition of each pregnant woman. Pregnant women with special conditions can be given high doses of folic acid. Hydromamma is a beverage product that helps meet nutritional intake for pregnant women, one of which is folic acid. If you are still unsure about the use of supplements and beverage products including nutritional supplements, the best step is to consult with your obstetrician because your doctor is more understanding of your condition and your current pregnancy. Your doctor needs to know in more detail about your diet and your complaints to date before determining the next treatment for your pregnancy. Feel free to ask your doctor if you are still in doubt or have further questions. You should not take several supplements that have the same content. Immediately consult this with your doctor, yes. You are also advised to visit the nearest hospital immediately if you still experience constant vomiting for further examination and treatment.
Hopefully this information helps you.