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Why Do I Feel Nausea Buy Im Not Pregnant
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Sick stomach: Could be due to different reasons: stomach flu, too much acid, among others. Any fever or other symptoms? Any change in diet, medications or supplements? Think about what's different since your nausea started. See your doc so you can sort this out together and come up with a good plan. Hope you're feeling better soon. ...Read more
What to do if I'm pregnant and I have nausea 24/7 even through the night anyone know how to ease it?
Talk to OB about rx: There are several excellent anti-nausea medications that are safe to take in pregnancy. You do not need to suffer like that, but you do need to get the prescription from your OB. Call tomorrow before the long holiday weekend so you can enjoy the 4th (and the freedom from nausea!!) ...Read more
I'm been nausea all day, i'm not sick I ate somewhat good today so idky i'm feeling lik this! any chance I could b pregnant? Can u b nausea all day?
Ok please don't judge me im 5months pregnant and i smoked til now to eat more cuz i was nausea in the moring til now it has gone away and should I worry?
Stop now...: The best thing you can do is stop now. Smoking during pregnancy puts both you and your baby at risk for complications going forward. Will there be effect on baby's health from past 5 months? Possibly, yes, but the next 4 months are crucial & continuing to smoke will increase risk of problems. Focus on next 4 months, subscribe to "quit smoking" tips on healthtap for support, ideas & more. Good luck. ...Read more
Hi, i'm 3 months pregnant & eating a lot of crisps e.G.Lays these days, they counteract my nausea 100% & make me feel good, are they awfully bad for baby?
Seems fine: The amount of recommended weight gain during pregnancy is dependent on your pre-pregnancy weight and body mass index, but is generally in the 25 to 35 pound range. As long as you are gaining weight at an appropriate rate as determined by your ob, the potato chips that soothe your nausea should be absolutely fine and in fact i would encourage them if they allow you to eat an otherwise balanced diet. ...Read more
Im due for my next shot december 10 i been having headaches and feeling nausea everyday can I be pregnant?
Im pregnant 9weeks I have bad nausea affecting my life , im primigravida, what to do to stop that nausea or dicrease it?
Talk to doc: Hi, there are several safe medications you can take to decrease nausea while pregnant. Please talk to your doc about it. Ginger may help also. I found that drinking ginger ale helped me. Also eating frequent small meals helps. The nausea is usually worse on an empty stomach. Congrats on your future baby. :) hang in there. ...Read more
I'm 1 month pregnant and have constant nausea that makes it hard to eat anything. How long does this last and what can I do to stop it?
Call your doctor: The nausea and vomiting of pregnancy usually peaks at about 10 to 12 weeks gestation, so you may get worse before you get better. There are many effective and safe medications that your doctor can prescribe - call or see your doctor for a prescription. In the mean time keep yourself well hydrated, that will help your nausea as well. ...Read more
I'm 15 weeks and 5 days pregnant, my dr gave me phengran for nausea, i read that it's a class c drug- should I not take it? I don't want to harm baby.
Class C: Medications are part of this class if they have been shown to have no effect on the developing human in data collected so far. It cannot move up to a safey category unless additional studies are done.Which is unlikely for many of these that have been out in generic form for decades.I consider it safe. ...Read more
Uterus expanding: While your initial nausea was from hormones, this nausea is more likely due to expansion of your uterus pushing on all of your intestines and stomach, making you nauseated. Anti-nausea medications may help with this, but you need a prescription from OB. Also try eating small but frequent meals to avoid reflux and overfilling the stomach at any one time. Only two more months! BTW, congratulations! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many medications: See your ob/gyn or midwife for more advice on treating nausea while pregnant. There are lots of medications such as zofran, reglan (metoclopramide), promethazine, phenergan, and dimenhydrazine. But you can start with over the counter medications like benadryl (diphenhydramine) and vitaming B6/pyridoxine. Ginger also good! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anytime!: The nausea and food cravings can began as early as the first trimester and can last throughout your entire pregnancy. Unfortunately every woman may experience these things at different time or be at all. Most typically however- May began experiencing the nausea at the beginning of there pregnancy if at all. ...Read more
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