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Pregnant, taste buds are bad, hungry all the time, started folic acid. What can help?

Hi ,I am 8 week pregnant . my taste buds become really bad after pregnancy . I shifted from India to Hong Kong after marriage recently 3 months back. I don t feel hungry at all. still i try to eat but with every i don t feel good. food smell irritate me. have just started Folic acid as prescribed by Doctor. Kindly advice me how to handle with it. I am worried about my baby this might effect baby growth. I shall be thankful to you. Regards,
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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Since this is obviously your first time, you are bound to perceive all the symptoms in a serious manner. Yet, the altered taste is a natural phenomenon in early pregnancy. You can try taking dry fruits, fresh fruits like prunes to alleviate this feeling. It is good once in a while to have a small quantity of home-made pickles. Take plenty of water at intervals. Do not worry, your baby won't be harmed. Please get further suggestions from your doctor. Take care.
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