Dealing With Vomiting During Pregnancy


Pregnancy is a breeze for some women. However, many women find pregnancy difficult to deal with because of the vomiting and nausea they experience.  Morning sickness is a problem that affects around 65 percent of women during pregnancy. Fortunately, there are many ways to deal with pregnancy sickness. Below is a list of tips that will help:

Sip Water

Sipping water is one of the best things you can do to deal with pregnancy sickness. Studies have shown that women who drink a glass of water every hour are less likely to experience morning sickness. Drinking water also helps keep you hydrated.

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Ginger can also help you deal with nausea and vomiting. It helps block the secretion of acids in the stomach that lead to vomiting and nausea. Additionally, the flavor and smell of ginger can prevent the vomiting sensation. You can have one or two cups of ginger tea in the morning.

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Lemon has been shown to have a calming effect on the body and can help ease vomiting and nausea. Lemons are also a great source of vitamin C. You can squeeze a little bit of lemon juice in your water and drink it every morning.

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Peppermint is an herb that can reduce pregnancy sickness. It is easy on the stomach, which is why it is great for alleviating nausea. You can add some dried peppermint to a cup of warm water and consume it in the morning.

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Increase Your Intake Of Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 has been shown to help ease morning sickness. You can eat plenty of foods that are rich in vitamin B6. Corn, nuts, brown rice and bananas are some of the foods that are high in vitamin B6. You can also take a vitamin B6 supplement. However, it is a good idea to consult with your healthcare provider before you take any supplement.

Vintage Horizontal Bar34Pregnancy sickness can be difficult to deal with. Fortunately, you may already have everything you need to treat your pregnancy sickness in your home. Follow us at Successful Parenting Today for more helpful and informative articles on parenting, pregnancy and more.


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One response to “Dealing With Vomiting During Pregnancy”

  1. mimsywalke says :

    Reblogged this on Mimsy At The Zoo and commented:
    These types of things typically helped me between doses of phenergan, Zofran, and reglan.

    There are many levels of nausea and vomiting in pregnancy. I had hyperemesis with he twins and bad n/v with the Hedgehog. Honestly, the best thing for me was phenergan suppositories. But since you can’t pound back prescription antiemetics all day, you’ve got to have little things for breakthrough nausea and puking. And for me, lacing water with tons of lemon or lime juice really got it done. Sour was the way to go.

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