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Pregnant, nausea. Diet?

I am 9 weeks pregnant . Due to nausea i am unable to eat meals specially chappati, vegetable etc... after every meal i need to eat hajmola or something to stop vomit . I feel comfortable while eating fruits only. Can u pls suggest whether chappati & vegetable is more important than fruits for growth of a baby and eating hajmola is safe for my baby or not.. please help
Asked On : Thu, 10 May 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
vomitings are common during first months of pregnancy.
if you are having excessive vomitings, you better visit local gynecologist and take anti-emetic tablets.
they will give much better relief than hajmola etc.
taking fruits is no doubt necessary but vegetables etc are also needed,
you can take small amounts of food in more frequent intervals which will decrease vomitings.
so, visit doctor take anti-emetics, continue taking folic acid suppliments and multi vitamin tablets.
take care
Answered: Mon, 28 May 2012
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