How To Deal With Nausea / Vomiting And Excessive Saliva During Pregnancy?
good afternoon., just yesterday I checked into a pregnancy with positive results (pregnant) .. What I asked was why my saliva came out, and was sick. How to overcome it. And again you don’t have too much, but it feels like it is so full, it’s like in your upper stomach you feel acidic. I’m very tired, it feels like it’s not even wrong, it’s still nauseous and has water. afraid of eating. especially eating fish in coconut milk (curry), nausea, and salivating continuously … 😔� how to overcome it, is there a cure? mkan .. please help..Thank you.
Hello Ms. Lina! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Congratulations on your pregnancy!
Nausea is a common thing for pregnant women due to hormonal changes in the body. To reduce nausea, you should eat only a little at each meal but your eating schedule is made more frequent. Avoid eating all at once in one sitting. Divide your weight eating schedule into 5-6 small portions. Mothers should also drink water often. Avoid consuming foods that are coconut, fried or oily, spicy, sour, or contain caffeine (including coffee, tea, chocolate, and soda). Avoid getting rid of your mouth. Just swallow the saliva even though you feel more drool than usual. Saliva is very important for mothers in digesting food and maintaining oral health. If you have tried these methods but still find it difficult to eat or vomit every time you eat (even a little), see your nearest obstetrician immediately.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.