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For most women ,the symptoms of nausea and vomiting in pregnancy (NVP) begin before the ninth week of pregnancy,around six weeks after the last period . The symptoms of NVP should improve as your pregnancy progress and,in about 90% of cases,they resolve by the third month of pregnancy .
Sometimes,symptoms of nausea and vomiting can be caused by a more serious,underlying health condition such as :
- Urinary tract infection- a common infection that can affect the kidneys,bladder,urethra and the ureters .
- Appendicits- a common condition that causes inflammation(swelling) of the appendix.
- Pancreatitis- a uncommon but potentially serious condition that causes inflammation of the pancreas .
You should contact your GP or midwife immediately if you :
- have very dark colored urine,or you do not pass urine for more than eight hours.
- have abdominal(tummy) pain.
- a high temperature (fever) of 38°c or above.
- feel severely weak,dizzy, or faint when standing up.
- Vomit blood.
- have a racing heart rate.
- have repeated episodes of vomiting .
- are unable to keep down food,or fluids,for 24 hours.
Alternatively you can send an email to the administrator(GP) of this blog if you have any question .