I m 12 week pregnant and have nausea and vomiting which week I recover my vomit and come to normal?

14-18 weeks. Most of those with morning sickness will have it disappear by 14 weeks, but for others it takes up to 18 weeks- see http://www.Babycenter.Com/morning-sickness ginger, peppermint, acupuncture ; homeopathy are among safe ; effective treatments- see http://www.Naturalnews.Com/030917_morning_sickness_homeopathy.Html.

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I am 14 weeks pregnant. I had nausea and vomiting till 12th week. Everything gone once I enter 13th week. Tday again I vomitd. Cause? Is this normal?

Not Uncommon. It is not uncommon to experience vomiting in pregnancy, even intermittently. There can be many causes of vomiting including those for individuals who are not pregnant but vomiting that is not accompanied by other symptoms is usually not a cause for concern unless the mom is unable to stay well hydrated. Read more...

Was pregnant and had bad N&V had to get treated. I had my daughter June 2016, still suffering from nausea and vomiting around the clock. Is it normal?

NO. It's not at all normal and you should consult your Primary Care Physician and arrange for an in Person examination. I am assuming your post natal checkup was normal (with your OB)
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How long does nausea and vomiting last while pregnant I am 12 weeks and last night was up throwing up all night?

1st trimester. Most of the time this is a problem of the first trimester, some women don't get it at all and some have issues almost throughout pregnancy. I hope your will end soon. A combination of vitamin b6 and doxylamine can help ease symptoms. This is an over the counter option that is approved and recommended by the american college of obstericians and gynecologists. Read more...
Varies. If you haven't had trouble with vomiting all along, this may be food poisoning. Most women will have their nausea get much better starting around 10 weeks and resolved by about 12. It is only dangerous if you can't keep anything in or keep losing weight. There are several prescription medications that are safe for pregnancy so let your OB know if you continue to have trouble. Read more...

16 weeks pregnant and have severe nausea and vomiting and at the ER, passed out took samples but no IV fluids, shouldn't we be hooked up to IV?

Probably. I would normally agree. Have you seen the doctor yet? Are you dehydrated? If the nausea and vomiting just started, perhaps not. I would agree that at least a flushed IV is appropriate and the norm in the ER's I'm acquainted with. If you are not dehydrated and able to drink with stable vital signs, you may rather be treated with zofran (ondansetron) for nausea and no IV, however. Read more...
Depends... It all depends on how dehydrated they estimated you were. If they thought that you could go by with oral fluids only most likely they understood that the best treatment option was just that. If you persist vomiting and not tolerating even small sips of liquid might be time to go back for reevaluation. For now try very small sips of fluid and maybe dry crackers to help your stomach feel better. . Read more...