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Pregnant. Always tired, dizzy. Have flu. How can I get better without medicine?

Hi,doctor. i m pregnent in the 6th month of my 4th child ,i m 31 years old from iraq,karballa,i m lecturer at the computer school ,i suffer from beening tired all the time and disy,and now i have a flu which made me worse .plaese if you can direct me in a way that make me better without having any medicine ,forgive my english excent. thanks.
Asked On : Sun, 11 Nov 2012
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You are in second trimester of pregnancy where many physiological changes taking place,so please take medicines and supplements as advised by your Gynaecologist.
Because Iron and other reqirement increase and need supplements and preventive vaccine.
A viral flu will improve in few days consult your local Doctor and check your Haemoglobin if it is low say less than 10 gms/dl.Usually Iron and folic acid suppementations are given during pregnancy.
In diet you can take fruits and green vegetables and dairy products if you take non- veg egg and meat products may be used.
Take care
Good Luck to you
Answered: Sun, 11 Nov 2012
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