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Suggest treatment for furry tongue and retching during pregnancy

hi, im 15 weeks pregnant and ive been suffering with a furry tongue, ive had morning sickness up till 2 weeks ago and my nausa feeling has stop but due to my furry tongue and the taste in my mouth i am still reaching and being sick and im finding hard to eat and drink. pls help, many thanks... lian.
Thu, 29 Oct 2015
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Hello dear,i understand your concern.In my opinion furry tongue might be due to vitamin deficiency.Take healthy nutritional diet like fruits and veggies daily along with egg,meat,milk and fish.Also take vitamin Bcomplex supplements.Consider getting HB done to rule out anaemia.Dont worry.It will subside with adequate nutrition and apt treatment.Take adequate fluids upto 3 litres per day to prevent urinary tract infection which are common in pregnancy.Hope this helps.
Best regards...Dr.Srilatha
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Suggest treatment for furry tongue and retching during pregnancy

Hello dear,i understand your concern.In my opinion furry tongue might be due to vitamin deficiency.Take healthy nutritional diet like fruits and veggies daily along with egg,meat,milk and fish.Also take vitamin Bcomplex supplements.Consider getting HB done to rule out anaemia.Dont worry.It will subside with adequate nutrition and apt treatment.Take adequate fluids upto 3 litres per day to prevent urinary tract infection which are common in pregnancy.Hope this helps. Best regards...Dr.Srilatha