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How is nausea during pregnancy controlled ?

I am 2.5 months pregnant and my gynae has advice me to take doxinate twice a day .but still I am have vomiting and feeling weakness so my doctor ask me to admit for glucose .so I admit 24 hrs with with 5 bottles of glucose and emeset was also given so suggest me anything to avoid these vomits.
Asked On : Fri, 6 Apr 2012
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Nausea and vomiting are common in pregnancy, occurring in 70-85% of all gravid women. symptoms usually resolve by 20 weeks. If the symptom are severe then you have to take medications which have been correctly advised by your doctor. It would be better if you rest and avoidance of sensory stimuli that may act as triggers. Frequent small meals with avoidance of spicy or fatty foods and increasing high-protein snacks are recommended. Keep yourself well hydrated and watch for any weight loss.
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