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Pregnancy sickness, what help against this?

  1. You saw yourself as a radiant Madonna, one of those pregnant women who get more beautiful with the passing of the months. Pregnancy sickness simply did not occur in your experience world. Typically, morning sickness starts around the sixth week of pregnancy, about when the placenta starts producing plenty of HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin), a special pregnancy hormone.


  1. What helped your sister, best friend or neighbor may not work for you. There are as many different remedies as women. So you will probably have to try a few things before you find something that works.

Eat like a baby

  1. The child growing inside you feeds by withdrawing glucose from your blood 24 hours a day. Failure to replenish supplies can cause your blood sugar to plummet. The best way to replenish that supply is to eat like your baby, that is, in small quantities at a time. By eating simple sugars, present in fruits, your body absorbs sugar quickly and easily. Sugars that have already been partially broken down are ideal. These can be found in grapes and orange juice.

Avoid fried, fatty foods

  1. That grilled cheeseburger with fried onion rings looked delicious, but now you better not touch it. Everything fried seems to make pregnant women feel sick. The body takes longer to digest the food, which means it stays in the stomach longer.

Raw almonds

  1. Nibbling almonds meets the requirement to eat small meals often. They contain some fat, proteins and are rich in B vitamins. Moreover, they are easy to take everywhere and have more flavor than crispbread.

Nibbles on the bedside table

  1. If you don't like almonds, keep some crackers near your bed. Walking around on an empty stomach can only make the condition worse. So eat something to boost your blood sugar before you get up in the morning or in the middle of the night.

Eating for heartburn

  1. You should always have something in your stomach, even if it's just a cracker or bar. The stomach naturally produces more acid during pregnancy. And that acid must have something to work on.

Drink plenty of clear fluid

  1. Doctors recommend drinking small amounts frequently. Clear broth, water, fruit juice, and some herbal teas are fine.

Raspberry Leaf Tea

  1. Herbal teas often help against nausea. Raspberry leaf, chamomile and lemon balm are especially recommended. The herbs work best in combination. Chamomile and peppermint together are more effective than peppermint alone.

Trust your body

  1. Eat whatever you like, as long as it's not worthless food. Avoid caffeine, artificial sweeteners, and all drugs. If you only want pasta, eat pasta. Listening to your own body really helps.

Keep calm

  1. If your weight continues to increase and you are not showing any signs of dehydration, then everything is fine. Typically, the woman's body does not lose more than what its reserves can handle during pregnancy. But the finer points of the processes that take place in a mother's body have not yet been unraveled. So you can be very sick with morning sickness and still feed your baby well.

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