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3rd Trimester Pregnancy Nausea
What to do if I didn't have morning sickness my entire pregnancy, now I'm nearing my 3rd trimester and sick almost everyday?
Try reflux med: Sometimes nausea and vomiting in third trimester is from reflux (heartburn). Try avoiding spicy foods, sleep propped up or try TUMS. Digestion also slows and sometimes causes nausea. If you are unable to keep fluids down, you should see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more
Is it normal for morning sickness to return again in the 3rd trimester. Does this mean you are having a girl?
Yes and no: Nausea often returns in the third trimester usually because the enlarged uterus causes the stomach to be displaced and sometimes compressed. The speed at which the stomach empties is also decreased in pregnancy resulting in nausea. As for the gender, it does not play a role in these symptoms and can occur with either male or female fetuses. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not The Same: Severe nausea & vomiting in your third trimester should be reported to your ob. Early in pregnancy, morning sickness is attributed to the quickly rising hormone levels. This is not the case in your last trimester. Your doc should evaluate you for a possible bowel infection, liver disease, preeclampsia, among other common pregnancy complaints. Call your doc & take care. ...Read more
Is normal to have no morning sickness in the first trimester? I have had some nausea but that's it
Normal : Nausea and feel using tired are normal in the first trimester of pregnancy. The Progesterone made by your corpus luteum tends to make you feel sleepy. The nausea is okay unless you get to the point where you're not holding liquids down. If you're having problems, there is medication that can help. Just contact your obstetrician. The good news is that this usually goes away in the second trimester ...Read more
Giving birth: This is a tough one women have been dealing with a long time. Avoiding things that make you sick, antacid medications, and even antinausea meds can all help. Morning sickness is thought to be sign of a very healthy pregnancy, which may be of some comfort. Some women get so much nausea they need IV fluids or even feeding. Good news is that each pregnancy is different, next time may be different. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Nausea in pregnancy: Pregnancy hormones increases your gag reflex. Timing, quality and quantity of food becomes critical to prevent nausea. Avoid hypoglycemia by eating complex carbohydrates such as non-citric fruits. Fatty, spicy, tomato based meals should be avoided late in the day. Small multiple meals (every 3-4 hours) are preferred to the traditional 3 squares. Consult your physician about reflux. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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