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Pregnant, loss of appetite, feels weak. Suggestion?

Helllo Doctor, my sister is pregnent from 2 mnths. but she is not able to take neither liquid nor any time of food & becomes so weak.we consuted many doctors but everybody is saying it normally happens in first 3 mnths.but we are now afraid without food or liquid how she will be able to come to 3rd month.she is not taking any thing in and now a days in a day she got 3-4 bottles of glucose .please suggest something. thanks
Asked On : Thu, 19 Apr 2012
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It is first trimester of pregnancy. In this period it is common to have these symptoms like nausea, vomiting, heart burn due to hyperacidity,abdominal discomfort and so on. Your gynecologist is well aware about these problems. Follow the advice of the consulting doctor who will prescribe antacids and antiemetics and other drugs as the need may be. After passage of this period everything will be O K.
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