It is not uncommon to feel nausea while pregnant, but it is always a good idea to let your ob/gyn know about any new symptoms that you are experiencing. The nausea can be caused by your growing baby taking up more and more room in your abdomen. It could also be caused by a stomach virus. So, let your ob/gyn know. Try eating some smaller, lighter meals and see if the nausea subsides. IF you develop abdominal pain or if you are unable to eat or drink then be sure to let your ob/gyn know sooner rather than later. Good luck and congratulations on your pregnancy.
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