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13 weeks pregnant, morning sickness, vomiting episodes. Did any foetal damage occur?

Hello, Im 13 weeks pregnant and and every morning i am sick. Usually its just acid or clear but this morning i projectile vomited my breakfast and now im worried baby is harmed. I haven t had a scan or got a midwife sorted yet as the drs i am currently with have been messing me around. What do you think is the best option.
Asked On : Thu, 29 Nov 2012
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Hello, I am happy to help you with your question.

This has not caused harm to the baby. Nausea and vomiting in early pregnancy is very common. Things that you can try: bland foods, frequent small meals, and clear sodas such as ginger ale. Even better, there are prescription nausea medications that you can ask your doctor about.

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Answered: Thu, 6 Dec 2012
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