Nausea, Vomiting, Dizziness, Headaches And Trembling During Pregnancy?
Hello doctor. Right now I am pregnant at the age of 31 years old. I have taken vitamins and medicines from the doctor plus regularly drink milk for pregnant women as an additional nutrient. But there is still no change until the age of my pregnancy when now entering 3 months. Is this influenced by my age which is over 30 years old huh? Please explain because had asked the local spog doctor but lack of response. Thank you.
Hello Pure, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will try to answer your question.
Pregnancy is a process that is dreamed of by many married couples, but in the process it is not uncommon for mothers to experience several disorders. This disorder can be mild, to severe. The disorder you are experiencing is hyperemesis gravidarum.
Hyperemesis gravidarum is a state of excessive nausea and vomiting that occurs during pregnancy. This can have a negative impact on the mother and fetus. The thing to watch out for is dehydration, the lack of nutrition of the baby, to endanger the situation of the mother and fetus.
Some risk factors for hyperemesisgravidarum are:
First time pregnant. Contain twins. Experienced a similar complaint in a previous pregnancy. Obesity. Experiencing wine pregnancy. Symptoms of hyperemesis gravidarum usually appear at 4-6 weeks of gestation and begin to subside at 14-20 weeks of gestation. If the symptoms of excessive nausea, vomiting should you consult a gynecologist, and if needed you can be hospitalized, to prevent complications.
The recommended pregnancy control schedule based on gestational age is as follows:
Pregnancy 4-28 weeks: 1 time every 1 month. Gestational age 28-36 weeks: once every 2 weeks. Gestational age 36-40 weeks: 1 time every 1 week. If there are excessive complaints, you can return to control without having to wait, a predetermined schedule. Responding to your story, you can visit the obstetrician again, or find another obstetrician.
Right now what you can do is:
Avoid eating foods that can trigger an increase in stomach acid such as eating spicy, sour, and drinking coffee. Get enough rest, sleep 7-8 hours per day. Take medicine that is recommended by the doctor. Eat a little bit but often. Drink 2 L of water per day to prevent dehydration. Use aromatherapy to reduce morning sickness. Immediately go to the hospital if the complaints are burdensome. That's all the answers I can give, thank you :)