Top 5 Morning Sickness Remedies

“Morning sickness” is a bit of a misnomer as many women experience nausea all day.  Three-quarters of pregnant women suffer from morning sickness in the United States. Nearly half of all women who experience morning sickness will stop vomiting by about 14 weeks; others may bounce back after an additional month. A small percentage of women will experience vomiting or nausea right up until delivery. To help with such uncomfortable circumstances, we’ve compiled a list of the top five remedies.


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  • Emily make a ginger chew that is wonderful. Ginger ale, ginger tea, it all helped. Also, for me not allowing myself to get too hungry. Constant bland snacking was on the menu for me!

  • Krystal

    I would suck on peppermint lifesavers, or drink peppermint tea to settle my stomach. The lifesaver mints literally were, as I would get extremely carsick (a symptom I hadn’t had before or after prenancy) and pulling over during rush hour is extremely hazardous, not to mention embarrassing! I was different in that I didn’t have any sickness in my first trimester, it was almost all during the second, then eased up later on.