Vomiting After Eating While 7 Weeks Pregnant?
I want to ask, I’m 7 weeks pregnant, but I can’t eat or drink anything. Whatever I eat or drink I vomit again, what do I do?
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Mild nausea and vomiting in the first trimester of pregnancy is a fairly normal condition and quite common. Nausea, vomiting in pregnancy is caused by an increase in pregnancy hormone called the hCG hormone in the first trimester of pregnancy. However, if the condition of nausea, vomiting is so severe that the mother cannot eat and drink at all and all that enters vomit back up, then the condition becomes abnormal again. The condition of excessive nausea and vomiting during pregnancy is called hyperemesis gravidarum.
Hyperemesis gravidarum is a very dangerous condition and causes complications for both the mother and the fetus being conceived. Therefore, if you experience excessive nausea and vomiting so that you can not eat and drink, you should immediately consult your obstetrician. Management for severe hyperemesis gravidarum is hospital treatment for intravenous administration of fluids and administration of intravenous anti-nausea medications. For hyperemesis gravidarum that is not too severe, you will most likely be given nausea and vitamin relief drugs that can help relieve your vomiting nausea. It is better not to do self-care at home or to treat only midwives for cases like this.
Some things you can do to help reduce your current nausea, vomiting:
eat a little but more often avoid eating foods that taste and smell too sharp, you should eat foods that are bland first avoid eating spicy foods and too fatty try to eat whenever you can eat ask others to cook for you more sleep and take a break from the smell of lemon or ginger or drink lemon juice and eat watermelon to reduce nausea, do light exercise such as walking every day, avoid lying down after eating, provide biscuits or dry snacks by your bed and take it wherever you go so you can eat whenever you want you want to eat
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