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Pregnant with nausea and severe vomiting. Is there anything to be done to reduce the vomiting.?

I m 10 weeks pregnant , I started having morning sickness at 6 weeks prego but now for the past week I have not only been nausea in the morning but I throw up every morning now for the past week , instead of getting better its getting worse. I will feel ok in the mornings when laying down and I always eat something small before getting up but as soon as I get up out of bed after eating I throw up. So I feel good untill I get up why could that be is there anything I can do to help with this? Thank you
Asked On : Tue, 15 Jan 2013
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It is common to have vomiting at this stage of pregnancy, especially if this is the first time. It is very uncomfortable, but there are certain techniques that may work. Firstly, take the anti emetic that your doctor has given you, on empty stomach and follow it up with some palatable food avoiding excess water. You can take the daily required amount of water at intervals. You can take lot of fresh fruit juice that does not cause acidity, dry fruits and nuts and avoid fatty and fried foods. Also, avoid excessive stress as anxiety aggravates the problem; and remember, this is not going to last forever, it will subside in no time as the pregnancy advances. Please get further advice from your doctor. Good luck.
Answered: Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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