Nausea After Drinking 2 Months Pregnant Milk?
Hello .. I want to ask, I am pregnant 2 months this is my first pregnancy. I drink pregnant milk from lactamil which is pregnasis tpi after drinking nausea immediately? Why is that ?? Thank you…
Hi mothers, pregnant women in the first trimester will go through a period of nausea and vomiting accompanied by dizziness, with varying degrees, from mild to severe complaints even requiring hospitalization. This is known as morning sicknes. These complaints can appear only in the morning or even throughout the day. However, some pregnant women do not experience this complaint. Women with a history of high stomach acid are at increased risk of experiencing morning sicknes. These complaints arise due to hormonal influences. The hormones that affect include:
1. The hormone Hcg, which levels are high during the first trimester, stimulates the production of more stomach acid. This is what causes complaints of heartburn, nausea and vomiting.
2. The hormone progesterone, whose levels increase during pregnancy, causes the movement of the digestive tract to slow down. So that they become full quickly and easily reflux the stomach contents into the esophagus.
3. The hormone estrogen, which increases during pregnancy, also causes an increase in stomach acid production. In addition, it also affects mood and increases the sensitivity of the sense of smell. So that it becomes sensitive to odors and tastes pungent, such as milk, foods containing MSG, oily foods and fishy foods.
I advise you to go to the Emergency Unit if you complain of severe nausea, vomiting and / or difficulty eating so that you become weak, lack energy or lightheadedness. The doctor will advise you to be treated in a health facility and given nutritional fluids through a vein. You should also consult with your obstetrician for anti-vomiting drugs, stomach acid-lowering drugs and supplements during pregnancy. What you can do to minimize complaints that arise and prevent the condition from becoming severe is to eat regularly with small portions but often, avoid eating spicy, fishy, sour, oily and gaseous (such as durian, cauliflower, cabbage and jackfruit) and consumption of candy or supplements. which contains processed ginger. And don't get used to lying down immediately after eating.
This is the information from me, hope it is useful. dr. Nira