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Pregnant. What can treat vomiting? How long will it last?

HI, IAM RAMA, I HAVE 12WEEKS OF PREGNENCY, MY LMP IS 01-06-12, IAM SUFFERING WITH VOMITINGS, IAM UNABLE TO EAT ANY THING, IF I ATE ANY THING IT WILL COMES AS A VOMITING. I HAD TAKEN INJECTIONS FOR VOMITINGS AND NOW IAM USING VOMIKIND TABLETS. SO PLEASE ADVICE ANY OTHER SOLUTION TO AVOID VOMITINGS. AND HOW LONG THIS WILL BE THERE, AFTER COMPLETION OF 3 MONTHS IT WILL NOT HAPPEN KNOW?
Asked On : Fri, 7 Sep 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hi, Welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das
First of all alongwith the antiemetc therapy you need to have some Nutritional support by any multivitamine containing Vit B1,B6,B12 and Vit C. and take more water.
And you should maintain a daily record of pulse, temperature, blood pressure at least twice daily.
And one more thing if the condition get deteriorated you have to get admitted in hospital.
As the pregnancy progresses it may get cured.
Answered: Fri, 7 Sep 2012
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