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21 weeks pregnant, vomiting, acid taste in mouth. Precautions?

I m 21 weeks pregnant and last night I threw up from eating popcorn... Well I had about three chunks of red in my throw up but I m not sure what it was. I didn t taste blood just a punch of acid :/ I m worried for my baby s sake but my mom said if I didn t taste blood not to worry. Can you tell me What measures I should take and if everything us okay?
Asked On : Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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During pregnancy blood in vomitings is usually from stomach and it is not bright red but brownish red and mixed with food.If it is from lungs , it is of bright red colour and not mixed with food.
You should not take spicy food , drink cold milk.Take an antacid gel like Digene.
For vomitings tablet Doxylamine is safe but should be taken under doctor's guidance.
Do not eat junk food
If still persists consult a physician.
Best wishes
Answered: Thu, 25 Oct 2012
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