Morning Sickness

Up to 70% of women suffer from morning sickness in the first trimester of pregnancy. For some women the sickness is much more prolonged and may extend to the whole pregnancy. Some are so affected by morning sickness that the enjoyment of being pregnant becomes a distant memory.

If you are one of the 70% of women who suffer from morning sickness, your body is able to compensate for the lack of food in the early stages of pregnancy. As long as a low food intake is not prolonged, the health of the baby is probably OK. Once the nausea subsides, continue with a normal diet.

The most common diet for women with morning sickness is to eat little and often.

Effective remedies for morning sickness are hard to find, because medications of any kind are not recommended due to the effects it may have on the growing baby. Therefore, many women think that they simply have to weather the storm until their pregnancy passes the first trimester.

Homeopathic Treatment

Homoeopathic medicines often provide complete relief of nausea and vomiting, or substantial relief. Because they are dilute and non-toxic, pregnant women can safely take them without affecting their unborn baby.

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