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Many pregnant women have morning sickness during the first trimester of their pregnancy. It is characterized by nausea and vomiting, and although it can happen at any time of the day, it typically happens in the morning. Although the precise reason for morning sickness is unknown, it is thought to be related to the higher levels of certain hormones, such as progesterone and estrogen, that occur during pregnancy. Low blood sugar, stress, and a sensitive stomach are some additional risk factors for morning sickness.
Women can do a number of activities to assist manage morning sickness, including:
1. To avoid feeling hungry throughout the day, eat small, frequent meals.
2. Eat less of the hot, oily, or fatty foods that can make you sick.
3. To stay hydrated, consume lots of liquids.
4. Rest well and prevent being too worn out.
5. Try ginger tea or supplements to maybe help with nausea reduction.
6. See your doctor before taking vitamin B6 supplements, which have been proven to help with nausea.
7. Your doctor could recommend medication to assist treat morning sickness if the symptoms are severe.
Although morning sickness might be uncomfortable, it typically has no negative effects on the mother or the unborn child. It’s crucial to seek medical attention if necessary because severe and continuous vomiting can cause dehydration and other problems.
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