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Remedies to stop nausea in a pregnant woman - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   my wife is pregnant and she is so weak and got admitted in hospital for 3 days and after 2 weeks she is still the same with kiddiness and vomiting sensation
User :   is it ok to take medication to stop vomiting or thats natural with all females?
Doctor :   What is the week of pregnancy
User :   2 months
Doctor :   It is common for a pregnancy female to have this till 12 weeks
User :   it is ok to continue with medicines or not required?
Doctor :   Not required
Doctor :   you can rely on natural ways
Doctor :   and did the doctor check with blood tests and gave medicines
Doctor :   the iron and folics are to be continued
User :   folic acid tabs she is taking..... but one medicine DOMINATE PLUS & PODOX tablets
User :   doctor took blood test but i dont know about the result
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   as i told yoiu
Doctor :   you may not use medicine
Doctor :   for the vomiting
User :   oh ok can you give me some natural ways
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User :   25 yrs; Female; Software engr; Bangalore; Married; 58 kg; 5.3"
Doctor :   You can have a mild tea or have ginger ale which helps to soothe your stomach.
Doctor :   Smaller amounts of food are always good for you diet.
Doctor :   Smaller amounts of food are always good for you
User :   what are the food items that is necessary to avoid?
Doctor :   Drink clear or ice-cold drinks.
Doctor :   Eat light, bland foods (such as saltine crackers or plain bread)
Doctor :   Avoid fried, greasy, or sweet foods
Doctor :   void activity after eating.
User :   chicken/mutton soups are ok?
Doctor :   avoid fried
User :   ok
Doctor :   Pl confirm the details
User :   yeah
Doctor :   anything else
User :   she can go to work or its better to be in bed rest for first 3-4 months?
Doctor :   better to be at rest til the vomiting
Doctor :   subside
Doctor :   after that she can work
Doctor :   but let her manager know about her pregnancy
Doctor :   and take care of her not to indulge in hard things
User :   ok sure, but any other natural medicines or natural eatables you recommend!
Doctor :   she can eat everything for fine
Doctor :   Fresh lime or lemon squeezed in glass of water; sprinkle a little salt on top, sip.
Doctor :   ask her not to smell strong
Doctor :   it aggravates
Doctor :   the vomiting
User :   sometimes she feel more irritated inside her stomach, is it normal?
Doctor :   Yes
User :   ok and we can give tender coconut water?
Doctor :   yes
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