It is a frequent symptom which may occur early in pregnancy.
It means reflux of food from the stomach to your mouth. It’s common during pregnancy. To avoid, eat frequent, smaller portions throughout the day; don’t lie down right after eating; eat healthily.
Change in hormones and iron Intakes leads to constipation during pregnancy. Increase intake of fibers and drink extra fluids to cope this up. If your constipation is really bothering you, consult your doctor.
It’s normal to see a thin watery discharge early in your pregnancy. Wear a panty liner, if you feel uncomfortable. If the discharge is purulent, foul-smelling, call your doctor.
It’s considered good to gain weight during pregnancy, but it’s recommended to keep an eye on your weight. During the first trimester, you should gain about 3 to 6 pounds (this may vary depending you’re underweight or overweight). Though it doesn’t mean follow the “eating for two.” Thing. Pregnant women require 150 calories extra during the first trimester.
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Reference- D.C Dutta textbook of obstetrics.