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Early pregnancy symptoms
Experiencing morning sickness? Most likely you are pregnant. Read about morning sickness, and other common early pregnancy symptoms.
Morning sickness can be quite difficult for a pregnant woman to deal with. It involves nausea, vomiting, and aversions to foods and even smells. Most women report that it goes away after the first trimester of pregnancy, but some women experience it throughout their whole nine months of pregnancy. For some women, this pregnancy symptom is so bad that they are not able to even function in their daily lives properly.
On the bright side, most women can do certain things to help cope with their morning sickness. Here are some ways that you can help with any nausea, vomiting or aversions that you may have during pregnancy.
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If you are vomiting, then that means that you are losing water and the last thing that you want to happen when you are pregnant is to get dehydrated. Dehydration can cause contractions as well as pre-term labor. It can also cause dizziness and fainting which can injure the baby if you fall. Be sure to drink plenty of water through out the day to help avoid dehydration. Water also helps to flush out your system which may help you feel better.Ginger
Ginger is a known food that will help to settle your stomach. Sip on some ginger-ale or ginger tea or look for candies that have ginger in them. There are candies and lollipops that are made especially for pregnant women that contain ginger in them to help get rid of nausea.Eat What You Want
If you want pizza for breakfast, then go ahead and eat it. Eating something that you have a craving for or that you know that you can hold down is a wise choice. Many women say that the only things that they could hold down or didn't have an aversion to were foods with a lot of carbohydrates such as potatoes, pasta, crackers, chips, and bread. This may be because it helps to make your stomach feel fuller and provides you with energy that your body needs during pregnancy. If you force yourself to eat something that you don't want, you have more of a chance of your sickness to get worse or last longer. Instead, eat what you want, within moderation, and you may just feel a whole lot better.Motion Sickness Bands
You have probably seen these bands in pharmacies, but may have never looked twice at them if you don't suffer from motion sickness. These bands have been known to help pregnant women dealing with nausea and vomiting as well. These bands work to help control nausea in people. Most of bands deal with acupuncture and pressure points to help relieve nausea.Anti-Nausea Medications
If you find that you are really suffering from morning sickness and it is not going away and is actually affecting the growth of your baby, you may want to ask your doctor for an anti-nausea medication. The doctor may prescribe a medication like Zofran, which is not harmful to the baby to help control the nausea and sickness. Don't take any over the counter medications without contacting your doctor first.
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