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way2gomom April 28th, 2011 07:08 AM

Morning Sickness FAQ & Recommendations
 
Morning sickness... sometimes it should be called all day sickness! One of the areas we see the most frequently asked questions we see here on the Pregnancy Questions board is anything asking about morning sickness. So here are our answers and recommendations. Feel free to post your question so we can include it too!

What works to stop morning sickness?
- Preggie Pops
- Ginger candies
- Ginger snaps
- 7-up
- Eating some bread before you get out of bed
- Small meals frequently
- B-Natal lozenges and lollipops
- B6
- Zofran
- Sea bands
- Sometimes nothing :(

When to see/call your doctor about morning sickness?
- If you are becoming dehydrated
- Blood in vomit
- Unable to keep food and water down at all
- If you're worried about it

Have any advice on morning sickness? Feel free to leave it here!

joelsmom July 26th, 2012 09:40 AM

Re: Morning Sickness FAQ & Recommendations
 
Here is a nice resource:

Morning Sickness

preetianm September 16th, 2012 11:48 PM

Re: Morning Sickness FAQ & Recommendations
 
The Morning Sickness is one of the early pregnancy symptom. Sometimes woman get feel like nausea and vomiting. which is truly uncomfortable.

debra_morgan July 25th, 2013 10:42 PM

Re: Morning Sickness FAQ & Recommendations
 
It happens because of the hormonal changes in the body.

ljinca October 4th, 2013 05:12 PM

Re: Morning Sickness FAQ & Recommendations
 
I've had morning sickness for a full ten weeks. It is worst an night. I looked up a bunch of remedies and thought I would pay it forward. Here is what sometimes works for me:

Don't get too hot, it makes everything worse
Take warm, not hot, showers
Try cutting out milk
No hot beverages
Eat ridiculously tiny meals all day long (ten is not a crazy number)
Stay hydrated, if water is gross add fruit (citrus, strawberries, cucumber)
Don't drink anything with your meal, it fills you up
Try to sneak in protein (hard boiled egg, nuts)
A shake will often 'stay down' and you can add protein
Freeze fruit and eat it (grapes are great frozen, bananas too)
Eat a few salty potato chips before a meal
Sip ginger "beer" (there is no alcohol) after a meal
Fruit popsicles
Pack around strongly flavored gum, mints or candies (mints, ginger, etc)
Try rice cakes if crackers get boring
Get fresh air, even if it is just sitting outside or by a window
Avoid the meat isle at the market

Things to talk to your doctor about trying:
Probiotics, like Culturelle
An enzyme pill, to help your stomach digest food
Ginger pills
Combination of low-dose Unisom and B6
Prenatal vitamins in liquid form (its a squishy pill, like vitamin E)
Acupuncture

I'll also say that feeling crappy during pregnancy can be depressing. It can really limit your social interaction, try your patience and put a stop to typical activities like making dinner or exercise. Be especially nice to yourself. And ask for help. Your husband, parents or dear friends would happily pitch in.

Good luck ladies. Hopefully we all start feeling better soon!!

hillj111 May 29th, 2014 07:54 AM

Re: Morning Sickness FAQ & Recommendations
 
i can remember ,Morining sickness was my first earliest symptom at the time of my first pregnancy.i was scared at that time but recovered later

judithcarol05 September 20th, 2016 12:05 AM

Re: Morning Sickness FAQ & Recommendations
 
A slice of wholemeal bread always helped me to cope with morning sickness during my pregnancy.

mar121 November 18th, 2016 03:01 PM

Re: Morning Sickness FAQ & Recommendations
 
I had morning sickness throughout my first pregnancy and the second one started the same as previous but this time I was lucky that found No to morning sickness tea that eased my sickness instantly.

genie2343 November 29th, 2016 11:19 PM

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Morning sickness is pretty common and is really a worse thing for the preggos. The experience is real bitter I should say. Trying eating dry cracker at night when you dent get sleep. Make your liquid intake more, ginger and peppermint tea might be helpful.


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