Morning sickness, also known as nausea or vomiting, usually occurs during pregnancy and is characterized by the sensation of throwing up. Morning sickness can occur in the morning, at night, or at any time of day despite its name. Morning sickness affects many people, especially in the first three months of pregnancy.
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Can Emeset be taken during pregnancy?
Query: Hello doctor,I am nine weeks pregnant. My problem is vomiting. I cannot drink even few sips of water. If I do, I vomit what I ate before. I cannot pass urine also. I am feeling too thirsty, but cannot drink. So, I started to take tablet Emeset 4 mg once a day for the last two days. Is there any side... Read Full »
Dr. Umamaheshwari Mrutyunjaya Nilange
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Vomiting is a big problem in the first three months. Afterwards, it reduces completely. Tab Emeset (Ondansetron) is recommended in pregnancy. So, no problem. You can continue it. Although you have vomiting, you have to eat properly and drink a lot of water in the f... Read Full »
How early can the initial symptoms of pregnancy start?
Query: Hello doctor, I am a 28-year-old female. I have been having lower back pain and cramps for two days now, but my period is not due until a week and a half away. I have a regular 28-day cycle and I think I ovulated between the 18th and 23rd of this month. I have been having a little bit of upset stoma... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I suggest you get an ultrasound done to rule out any abnormality. If your cycles are 28 days, then you ovulate around the day-14 of your cycle and not day-18 because the second phase of the cycle always remains constant at 14 days. If you had unprotected sexual act, ... Read Full »
I am eight weeks pregnant and have had morning sickness for the past two weeks. Now I am not having any morning sickness. Is it because of miscarriage?
Query: Hi doctor, I am eight weeks pregnant and have had morning sickness for the past two weeks. But today, when I woke up, I felt a bit sick, and it went away quickly. I threw up half an hour back, but I am not feeling sick. Should I be worried about this? Am I having a miscarriage? Kindly help. Thank yo... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I understand you are concerned about the absence of morning sickness and are worried about whether it could be a sign of miscarriage. Morning sickness and vomiting in pregnancy are due to the hormone beta hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin). The level of this hormone ... Read Full »
How to treat morning sickness present in pregnant women?
Query: Hi doctor, My fiancee is eight weeks pregnant and she is suffering from morning sickness for a week. I am worried about her health and baby. She can hardly eat and vomits frequently. We do not know what to do. Please help. Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I can understand your problem. Morning sickness is a common phenomenon during pregnancy. It is unlikely to cause serious problems. Follow these simple precautions to get relief. You can take Doxinate (Doxylamine with Pyridoxine) one tablet at night and one tablet in the... Read Full »
How to manage morning sickness during pregnancy?
Query: Hello doctor, I am around 8 to 9 weeks pregnant and really struggling with morning sickness. I have not been able to keep anything down for nearly a week now. I constantly feel queasy. I have tried just plain foods and every old wives tale known to man. Nothing seems to be helping and it is really ... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome back to icliniq.com. Take your prenatal and Folic acid tablet. Get a thyroid profile done and other blood tests like a complete blood count and sugar levels. You should eat only what you feel like and what you can sustain like fruits, a dry toast with butter or jam bread. You can have ... Read Full »
I am having sudden nausea in 29th week of pregnancy. How can I feel better?
Query: Hello doctor, I am 29 weeks pregnant. From the last two days, I am not feeling good. There is sudden nausea. The baby movement is fine but I am not able to eat anything because of nausea and frequent urination. Burning feet is also there accompanied by gas and constipation. Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Vomiting is more usual in the first trimester. In the second and third trimester, it is less usual and can be due to a urine infection. Have urinalysis and urine culture. If it comes positive for infection, you need antibiotics. Have a strict check on thyroid as we... Read Full »