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Having 1 month preganancy , countinous vomiting since 2 days and having fever 37.8 C and body headche. i dont want this because i have 6 month baby already.
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Morning sickness or vomitting in morning is normal in pregnancy. You should consult your gynaecologist. Meanwhile you can take Tab Doxinate forte at bed time until u get an opinion from your gynaecologist. Also please take a biscuit in the morning Immediately once u wake up and before getting up from the bed.
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Vomiting is common is 1st trimester in pregnancy. You should consider consulting a gynecologist for further assistance according to your need.
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Do not Self Medicate to take any action against current pregnancy. consult a doctor.
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