Vomiting In Pregnant Women 4 Months After Consuming Acidic Foods And Drinks?
Morning, I’m 4 months pregnant less. Last night before going to bed after eating I drank orange buavita, it was pretty sour, and ate oranges that tasted sour too. Not long after that my body felt weak, dizzy and vomiting. Is it not allowed to eat and drink that is too acidic? And 1 more, I have not been able to drink milk, pregnant milk or ultra milk in blue for more than a month. After drinking milk, you will feel nauseous and then vomit. Is it okay not to drink milk? Or is there another solution? Thanks
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Actually there are no absolute food restrictions for pregnant women, especially regarding the drink you mentioned. So actually it is okay to consume acidic foods or drinks during pregnancy, especially milk, where a lot of milk is made specifically to meet the needs of pregnant women.
It's just that for some people, acidic foods and drinks can trigger acid reflux, which can then cause symptoms like you feel. Apart from consuming acids, stomach acid can also go up if you eat spicy, oily foods, drink coffee, tea, eat late, or stress. If you have never had stomach acid disease despite consuming spicy foods and drinking very acidic foods like now, pregnancy conditions can make you more vulnerable. But this is no problem, just avoid it during pregnancy and try consuming it again after your child is born.
Then regarding milk, as we mentioned before, milk does not trigger stomach acid and instead there is something specifically designed for pregnant women. If during your pregnancy you are sick of consuming milk, then this could also be due to the influence of the pregnancy. Many things are still not fully explained when pregnant. Like weird cravings, or even become hateful or not resistant to something that was normal, like the case with milk that you experience. If indeed you really cannot drink milk because you are always vomiting, then there is no need to force it, no need to drink milk, and meet your nutritional needs during pregnancy from other sources such as vitamins and pregnancy supplements, vegetables, and fruit. So, hopefully answering your question.