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Pregnant, have evening sickness causing weight loss. What diet is advisable at this stage?

I am 13 weeks pregnant. I got morning sickness from 10 to 12 weeks post that i facing problem of evening sickness. Due to which i have reduce a lot of weight (4kg approx). Can you please guide me of the diet i m preferably to have during my 13 weeks pregnancy. Also,now i m suffering from sneezing and coughing will this affect my baby in the womb?
Asked On : Tue, 21 Aug 2012
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Morning sickness need not necessarily occur only in the morning, it can be there for the entire day or in the evening, as is your case. It can also continue well into the later months of pregnancy. Avoid heavy meals in the evening. Take easily digestible and palatable things. Avoid oily and fried food. You can take dry fruits like pista and almonds which should be palatable. Also, take foods rich in protein, preferably vegetarian. Cough and sneezing do not disturb the pregnancy so easily, but care should be taken to get rid of infections quickly in view of pregnancy. Take care.
Answered: Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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