This is a classic symptom of pregnancy, although it is actually only experienced by about 50% of women. Contrary to what the term may suggest, it does not always, or only, occur in the morning. You may experience an increase in nausea at any time of day, particularly if you do not eat often enough, causing your blood sugar to drop. Nausea is very common in the early stages of pregnancy. Some women feel sick, other women are sick and the lucky ones don't feel sick at all . Nausea usually disappears around the 12th to 14th week. But until then here are a few things that should help.
If you feel sick in the mornings give yourself time to get up slowly.
Eat dry or a plain biscuit for breakfast if you have morning sickness. (Ask your partner to bring you breakfast in bed.)
Drink plenty of fluids.
Eat small amounts often rather than several large meals.
Avoid the foods and smells that make you feel worse.
Eating foods that contain ginger may be helpful.
Ask the people around you to help you out when you are feeling sick or tired.
Make yourself busy, the more you think of the problem the worse it can get.
Wear clothes that aren't too tight around the waist.
Get as much sleep and rest as you can.
If you can't keep anything down see your doctor or midwife.
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