Hyperemesis gravidarum– refers to intractable vomiting during pregnancy, leading to weight loss and volume depletion, resulting in ketonuria and/or ketonemia. There is no consensus on specific diagnostic criteria, but it generally refers to the severe end of the spectrum regarding nausea and vomiting in pregnancy.

MORNING SICKNESS– Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy, often known as morning sickness, is very common in early pregnancy. It can affect you at any time of the day or night or you may feel sick all day long. Why Morning Sickness Causes Dehydration: Vomiting, increased sweating and more frequent urination all speed up the loss of water and electrolytes. In addition, nausea discourages you from drinking fluids voluntarily, which can make it more difficult to replace lost nutrients.

COMMON COLD: while you are pregnant won’t hurt you or your baby, but it can be very annoying and make you uncomfortable. The common cold is a viral infection that is spread from person to person through coughing, sneezing, and contact with another infected individual. Low dose vitamin C, b-vitamins, zinc and low dose magnesium can help combat these symptoms.