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PREGNANCY nauseous vomiting

 

Nausea and vomiting are common, especially in the first 3 months of pregnancy. In most pregnant women, pregnancy nausea and vomiting decreases and disappears after the 12th week.

One of the causes of pregnancy nausea and vomiting is increased pregnancy-related hormones in the blood.

Pregnancy nausea and vomiting are more common and may have a more severe course in multiple pregnancies, grape pregnancy, thyroid disease and urinary tract infection.

 

To prevent pregnancy nausea and vomiting;

-Eat little and often; eat small portions throughout the day rather than overeating at each meal

-Avoid greasy, spicy home-made tomato paste foods

Avoid foods that make you nauseous

-Take the vitamin you need to take at bedtime

- Consume pretzel-type snacks

You can consume ginger-containing products by consulting your doctor.

 

Nausea is accompanied by severe vomiting, electrolyte imbalance occurs, or if the mother has weight loss, intravenous serum therapy may be required.

 

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