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    Default Ways to help nausea

    Has anyone got suggestions on how to help nausea all day?Just feel absolutely disgusting.

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    Fruit tingles help sometimes!

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    Peppermint tea may help a bit
    Blackmores ginger travel tablets may help a tad too

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    Poor thing. Don’t keep suffering !! Natural remedies didn’t cut it for me (including the Elevit morning sickness tablets), ask your OB or GP for help ASAP ... I personally used Maxalon (spelling?) and it was a lifesaver. Worked almost instantly and no shame in it xx

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    Yep I am suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum and natural remedies dont work for me. I would be rich for the amount of times people have told me to try ginger. Lol. Honestly, if it is really bad I would head to gp. There are several things you can try, what works for one doesn't always work for someone else so be prepared it make take a little while to find the right combo to help you. Ondansatron, Maxalon, B6 might be worth trying. Good luck.

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    You poor thing. It's awful. I had it for the entirety of all my pregnancies. I agree with pp. Don't suffer - go to your gp or OB for help. Ondansetron saved me. I still felt nauseated, but at least I stopped throwing up and was able to function enough to get through the essential tasks of the day.

    Rest also helped. If you are able to nap at all, take the opportunity. The more tired I was, the worse the nausea. Early nights too.

    Also for my final pregnancy I worked harder at different ways to help bc I had big kids to look after. So, after trial and error I found that eating 5 or 6 small meals /snacks a day was better than eating nothing or eating 3 meals. Literally whatever you can stomach, but I found eating something no longer than 2 hours apart was necessary. And if po eat some protein. So, a handful of nuts or pepitas, a high-protein muesli bar, an egg, some cheese., small bowl of porridge /overnight oats, even a glass of milk or almond milk.

    I know the thought of food is terrible so I'm sorry if the mention of it has upset you.

    All the best. I really hope you improve soon.


 

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