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Diet to help overcome nausea and vomiting during 3rd month pregnancy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
User :   Hi Doctor
Doctor :   how can i help u
User :   I just wanted to have a trial to check this website
Doctor :   ok
User :   Can i ask you one question please
Doctor :   do yu have any medical query
User :   yes i do have
Doctor :   yu can please proceed
User :   I'm 3 months pregnant
User :   and i'm working too
User :   daily i'm not able to eat food properly
User :   if i've anything i get vomitting
Doctor :   ok
User :   and i've put down my weight also
User :   please suggest me regarding the same
Doctor :   do yu have vomiting or nausea
Doctor :   ok
User :   My mouth will become very very bitter
User :   and i feel very tired
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   those symptoms are normal in first 3 monts
Doctor :not to worry on that
Doctor :   i will advice yu few tips for that
User :   please doctor
Doctor :   1. take more dried foods
Doctor :   especially in early morining
Doctor :   as yu have more nausea at this time
Doctor :   like roasted bread, rusk, or biscuits
User :   k

Doctor :   get up late from bed

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