What can I do to feel better if I have morning sickness?
You can do a few things to feel better. These include:
Other methods may help reduce nausea. Talk with your healthcare provider before trying these:
It has not been demonstrated that marijuana is safe for the fetus during pregnancy, so do not use it to treat morning sickness.
Does morning sickness harm my baby?
Pregnancy-related mild to moderate nausea and vomiting is typically safe for both you and the fetus. But it can become a problem if you lose weight, become dehydrated, and can’t keep food or liquid down. Severe nausea and vomiting that is not treated can make it difficult for you to eat and may have an impact on the weight of your unborn child.
Any pregnant woman who is concerned about vomiting should visit a doctor to rule out any underlying medical conditions.
Pregnant women can take certain steps — mostly dietary or lifestyle ones — to reduce the chance of vomiting. These include:
Only when a different factor, such as hyperemesis during pregnancy or food poisoning, is the cause does medical treatment become necessary.
Food-related illnesses, also referred to as food poisoning, are brought on by ingesting food or water that contains dangerous substances, such as:
Although the cause of NVP is unclear, one theory holds that it is brought on by hormonal changes a woman experiences during pregnancy.