No Appetite, Nausea, Saliva Flowing And Vomiting During 1 Month Of Pregnancy?
Tonight doctor, I am 42 years old. Right now I think I am about 1 month pregnant. But I can’t eat at all, doctor, I have no appetite, my body feels bad, my stomach is nauseous, my stomach is full, my mouth is not good, saliva is oozing, vomiting. I was tortured once a doctor … actually I don’t want to get pregnant doctor … what should I do? Trmks
Complaints that you experience can indeed be caused by pregnancy. Pregnancy at the age of over 35 years is classified as a risky pregnancy, therefore you should immediately check yourself by a doctor to ascertain your pregnancy status and to get treatment according to the complaint that you are experiencing.
Although the complaint that you experienced could have been caused by pregnancy, it does not mean that the complaint must have been caused by pregnancy and could have been caused by the following conditions:
Gastrointestinal irritation Dyspepsia (stomach ulcers) Gastric acid pain Your doctor will ask for a history of complaints, conduct physical examinations and supporting examinations such as blood, urine and ultrasound to determine your condition. If it is declared pregnant, your doctor may prescribe folic acid, vitamin B6 to reduce nausea or anti-nausea medications such as domperidone or ondansentron if needed.
Take regular control with your doctor if you are indeed pregnant. You should also consult a doctor if there are complaints related to your pregnancy or if there are health problems during the pregnancy process.
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