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Pregnant. Suffering from vomiting, stomach ache and vaginal discharge. Having less haemoglobin. Any suggestion?

sir, my wife have pregnant with 5 and half month but she is always suffring from vometing, stomach pain , she have less hemoglobin but from five days liquie out from vagina please suggest me thanks
Asked On : Thu, 15 Mar 2012
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While it is common for women to continue to have nausea, vomiting and stomach difficulties throughout their pregnancy, it can also be a sign of more concerning problems. I recommend you contact your OB/GYN doctor immediately due to the vaginal discharge. Obviously, you have been seeing a physician to know that her hemoglobin is declining. A drop in hemoglobin is normal within a pregnancy, however, not a large decrease. Once again, please contact your physician concerning the vaginal discharge. It may not be worrisome, but it must be evaluated.
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