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Nausea in Pregnancy
How to Reduce Nausea in Pregnancy
Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy is a very common situation, especially reducing the quality of life of the expectant mother, negatively affect the business life. Some precautions you can take to reduce nausea and vomiting during pregnancy.
- Eat small amounts frequently, avoid fatty and spicy foods.
- Try to eat small meals every 2 hours, so you never go hungry.
- The last small meal should be bedtime so that you don't get upset when you wake up in the morning.
- Chew food slowly and well.
- Eat dry and cold foods (crackers, etc.)
- Let fluid consumption between meals. Lemonade will reduce your nausea. Avoid alcoholic and caffeinated drinks.
- Avoid odors, do not cook if possible.
- Do not eat fried, fatty foods.
- If you lie down after dinner, your head is high.
- Avoid strong odors, heat and noise that will provoke nausea and vomiting.
- Go out and get some fresh air.
- Correct fluid loss, vitamin B supplementation, and electrolyte balance.
- Ginger has a positive effect, you can try.
- Vitamin B6 has been used for many years. It is known that Diclectin, a combination of Doxylamine + vitamin B6, which was released in the USA in 2013, is very effective. This medication should be used at night before bedtime. Ondansetron is also among the drugs that can be used effectively recently. Regular fluid and corticosteroid treatment can be applied in hospitalized patients.
Although the intensity of vomiting varies from person to person, it reaches its highest level at 9 weeks. Early treatment and dietary regulation reduce symptoms towards the end of the first 3 months. Rarely, it can continue until the 20th week. Sometimes in some pregnancies (about 3 to 0.3 percent), the condition becomes more severe and this process is prolonged.