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What measures can one take to avoid digestion problems in pregnancy ?

sir/ mam, hello, m 28 yrs and pregnant from 2 and half months, i have of problem of digestion dese dats a lot. i have to wait to go fresh for three and more days is dere any solution to come out from dis. and kindly tell me how long i have to suffering from vommit, and always water comes in my month i have to go spilt it all d day and night, dis is happen after taking vommit medicine and all
Asked On : Sat, 25 Jun 2011
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Thanks for choosing causes many hormonal and physical changes in a woman's body.Due to hormones there is vomiting called morning sickness usually in the first 3 months of pregnancy ,will subside by then.The muscles at the junction of the esophagus and the stomach relax, and the uterus presses on the stomach from below, causing the stomach contents to flow back into the esophagus and hence the heartburn and vomit.You may also be constipated. One of the pregnancy hormones causes the muscles of the digestive tract to relax; therefore, they pass the food more slowly through the intestines. In addition, the uterus can press on the colon, inhibiting passage of feces. key to these problems is in having small but frequent meals ,fresh fruits,nuts,drink lots of fluids like buttermilk,coconut water,fresh fruit juices etc..Donot worry .as the pregnancy progresses these will ease.
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