Bounce Back IV Infusion at home – Pregnant–dehydration-vomiting
IV hydration for morning sickness
You are just feeling little soreness in your breasts, and you are making more frequent to trips to the bathroom, but nothing you can‘t handle. Until one day, you wake up feeling queasy, and the next thing you know you are covering your mouth and running to the bathroom.
While there are many positives to being pregnant, there are also symptoms like morning sickness that can make the experience challenging. Morning sickness is the feeling of nausea that often leads to vomiting, which is not abnormal for pregnant women, especially during the first (3 months) trimester of pregnancy.
When vomiting is severe, dehydration can be detrimental for you and the baby. Severe vomiting during pregnancy is called hyperemesis. Fortunately, infusion therapy can safely rehydrate you.
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