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Pregnant, nausea and vomiting. Taking ondem, doxinate, no relief. History of acid reflux. Treatment options?

Hello, I am in my third month of pregnancy and facing a lot of difficulty due to heavy vomiting , I have taken ondem, doxinate, domastal-o but none of them is working on me, its very difficult for me to even eat now, and before pregnancy I was having acid reflux problem , may be due to this I am having this kind of problem , please hel me out doc , I am suffering a lot from this.
Asked On : Wed, 9 May 2012
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Hi Babynupur
Nausea,vomitting,fatigue are physiological problems during pregnancy due to increased level of progesterone,HCG hormones in body.
Pregnancy aggravates gastroesophageal reflux .
To control this problem -
First thing is-Don't take heavy n spicy food & increase frequency of short meals instead of having single heavy meal.
If,still,having vomitting,then,take these medications,if,even after that could not be controlled,consult your gynaecologist.
Take Care
Answered: Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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