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I'm in my first trimester of pregnancy and the all-day-sickness is much worse than when I was pregnant with my 3 year old. It's constant nausea morning, noon, and night. Any suggestions other than saltines and 7up?


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Prgs19 - posted on 11/23/2016




Sickness in morning, afternoon, evening or whatever timings in the day, it is referred to as morning sickness.
Track which foods are triggering or worsening your condition and try to be away from them. Likewise note the food that works for you. Ginger is said to be beneficial for nauseated women during pregnancy, but it has to be used with caution. Peppermint candies are my favorite in treating morning sickness during pregnancy, lemon also works. Stay hydrated. Eat in small intervals, have foods rich in vitamin B6.

Amanda - posted on 10/27/2016




No to morning sickness tea is a no caffeine and preservative-free herbal tea supplement to get rid of nausea and morning sickness in pregnancy.

Sarah - posted on 01/14/2009




try snacking regular on ginger biscuits. I'm 17 weeks pregnant and found in my first few weeks i had evening sickness and it was worse than when i had my 1st child.

Molly - posted on 01/14/2009




I had this with dd and again this time aorund (for the entire pregnancy both times...)  My suggestion is, if you're having trouble keeping enough food and fluids down, don't be afraid to ask your doctor about medicine to help!  I was so leery to go on the meds the first time around but felt so much better once I finally did.  It didn't fix it completely, but at least I was only throwing up once a day or so and wasn't dehydrated anymore.  The lack of fluids and nutrition is definitely more dangerous for bub than the meds.  Hope you're feeling better soon!

Cheralee - posted on 01/13/2009




I had this with both of my pregnancies. For my first the only things that helped were Coca-cola and suckers. I tried everything and this was about all I could keep down besides an occasional glass of milk. For my second the sickness was much worse, but for a shorter period of time and I found that a high protein diet every couple of hours helped tremendously. The meds did absolutely nothing for me and I was even hooked to a pump of zofran with my second, but I do know many other people who had great success with it. Everyone is different and I think I tried every tip anyone gave me and these are the ones I found that worked for me and it was different for each pregnancy. Good luck!

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I would recommend a prescription for Diclectin. I was sick all day every day until I started taking those amazing little pills. They took away my nausea, although made me a little drowsy, it was worth it! After a month or so I needed to readjust how many I was taking, but after 5 1/2 months (which is a long time to be dealing with morning sickness) I don't need them anymore. I really don't think I could have survived without it.

Tanya - posted on 12/16/2008




I was really sick with my first and tried different meds from my Ob. My second I wasn't sick at all, and number 3 I have nausea all the time. My Ob put me on zofran and it helps so much.

Courtney - posted on 12/16/2008




hey, i was like this with this pregnancy but couldnt keep a thing not even water down, but with my first I kept some dry biscuits beside the bed before i got up id eat one and drink a little water and let it settle and felt much better, i also kept them on me wherever i was, if i couldnt eat anything else id have one of these, i have also heard that ginger biscuits can help but im not 100 % as i never had them.

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