Overcoming Excessive Vomiting During Young Pregnancy?
I am pregnant with my 2nd child at 11 weeks gestation. Today my condition is really dropping after every meal, it doesn’t take long to vomit nausea and it’s limp. Do I have to go to the doctor? And what temporary handling should be filled with food again? Honestly, I’m limp if I have to vomit every meal again. Please answer, thanks
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Nausea, vomiting or emesis gravidarum experienced during pregnancy is a normal thing. Nausea and vomiting arise due to hormonal changes that occur during pregnancy and usually occur in the first trimester or in the first month to the third month of pregnancy. Nausea and vomiting can occur throughout the day, but most often occurs in the morning so it is known as morning sickness.
Nausea and vomiting that occurs during pregnancy is not dangerous, but it does sometimes interfere with daily activities. Nausea and vomiting are getting worse if the frequency of nausea and vomiting is excessive, this should be watched out for. If complaints of nausea vomiting to interfere with appetite so that the intake of nutrients consumed is reduced, pregnant women should require additional nutritional supplements from nutrition. Even if the nausea and vomiting that occur every meal / drink can continue to be peremesis gravidarum.
Normally nausea, vomiting occurs in 4-13 weeks of pregnancy. Whereas in hyperemesis gravidarum, nausea, vomiting can occur until 20 weeks of gestation. This condition can also result in dehydration and weight loss, because pregnant women lack the nutrients obtained from eating and drinking. Signs and symptoms that can arise in hyperemesis gravidarum are:
Nausea and vomiting continuously more than 3-4 times a day Weight loss is reduced because of too often vomiting Experiencing dehydration Rarely urinating Limp and dizziness Blood pressure decreases Pale skin and palpable cold And can even decrease consciousness / fainting Currently what you can do is:
Eat and drink small portions but often. Consuming sour / mint candy or ginger water. Taking pregnancy supplements recommended by doctors, especially those that can reduce complaints of nausea and vomiting. Enough rest. Consuming electrolyte drinks or ionic drinks to overcome dehydration. Avoid oily, spicy, or pungent foods that can trigger nausea. Consult an obstetrician if the complaints are getting burdensome and increasingly disrupting daily activities. That's all the answers I can give, hopefully always healthy.
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