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Pregnant, not able to sleep well, vomiting, pit in stomach. Is this due to fumes?

I am 24 weeks pregnant, been feeling fairly good throughout the pregnancy. Had morning sickness early on, but since gone away for some time now. Felt good over weekend, but I didn t sleep well, and woke with pit in my stomach and have been vomitting all morning. Can t keep anything down, and now vomiting stomach acids. My husband just primed baby s room yesterday, could the fumes be of any danger, or causing my sickness?
Sat, 9 Jun 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
in pregnancy there will be relaxation of sphincters of gastrointestinal system, which will lead to regurgitation of food and vomitings.
though some women get relieved of vomitings in early pregnancy in some it will continue till 7 to 8 months.
so you better visit your doctor once and take antacids and anti-emetics with her prescription.
it will help possibly.
it fumes caused some problem it might have resolved by now.
try to sleep in left lateral position with little head end elevation.
don't getup from the bed immediately after waking up, just move of limbs for 4 to 5 minutes,
take biscuits like dry things to start with then you can go fro regular breakfast.
take care.
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