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Four months pregnant. Have nausea. When will it stop? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 12-Jun-2013
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Doctor:How can I help you?
User:i m 4 months i still have nausea...
User:when does this stops
Doctor:Is this your first pregnancy?
Doctor:Generally nausea and vomiting during first pregnancy settles by 3 months
Doctor:however in a few individuals the symptoms can persist throughout pregnancy.
Doctor:The hormones which is essential to sustain pregnancy causes this nausea.
Doctor:In simple words, nausea is part of pregnancy.
Doctor:Some women have this symptoms upto 3 months, some have it through out pregnancy.
User:Thank you... I feel vomitting only in weekdays not in weekends...
User:tat is when I m in office i have nausea
Doctor:Stress levels and the type of food consumed influence the occurrence of nausea.
Doctor:Further the hormone levels play a role.
Doctor:One such factor can be the reason.
User:Thank you
Doctor:You need to change your dietary and lifestyle a bit to improve the symptoms.
Doctor:However if symptoms are severe, you can try medications as prescribed by your gynecologist.
Doctor:Have you followed?
User:Can you suggest on what I should intake to avoid nausea
User:ya I m following the tablets prescribed by my doc... I have folic in morning n calcium tablet in night
Doctor:Avoid eating full meals. Instead eat small and frequent meals.
Doctor:Avoid any food which is too oily. That can induce nausea.
Doctor:Avoid anything spicy and very aromatic drug.
Doctor:Have you followed?
Doctor:Do you have any other questions?
User:as of now I dont have any questions
Doctor:You can contact us back any time.
User:thank you
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
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