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Dr. Theodore Davantzis
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Morning Sickness (Overview)

The nauseated feeling (sometimes with vomiting) some women get in their first trimester of pregnancy, usually between 6 and 12 weeks of pregnancy.


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How early in pregnancy does morning sickness start?

How early in pregnancy does morning sickness start?

First Trimester: Nausea & vomiting of pregnancy may begin very early in pregnancy, typically in the first trimester. It may be mild or severe. Discuss your symptoms with your OB and he/she will review many different lifestyle, dietary modifications and remedies that exist to help you deal with the myriad of symptoms you may experience. ...Read more

Dr. Theodore Davantzis
350 Doctors shared insights

Morning Sickness (Overview)

The nauseated feeling (sometimes with vomiting) some women get in their first trimester of pregnancy, usually between 6 and 12 weeks of pregnancy.


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Is diarrhea a normal symptom of morning sickness?

Is diarrhea a normal symptom of morning sickness?

No: I am not sure if your statement of diarrhea is loose stools or true diarrhea. If you run true diarrhea for more than 4 days, you should be checked. ...Read more

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Morning sickness (Tip)

Ginger, dried nuts, frequent snacking, hydration are keys to overcoming morning sickness. ...See more

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Managing Morning Sickness (Checklist)

Avoid having an empty stomach
hourly
Eat protein-rich foods such as nuts
every 3 hours
Sip on ginger ale or other carbonated beverages
at bedtime
Keep crackers and ginger ale next to your bed
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I'm 4 weeks pregnant when can I expect to have more pregnancy symptoms? Morning sickness, nausea, etc.?

I'm 4 weeks pregnant when can I expect to have more pregnancy symptoms? Morning sickness, nausea, etc.?

Usually start soon: Pregnancy symptoms usually come on at about 6-8 weeks. There can be nausea, aversion to smells, vomiting, strange cravings, sore breasts, mild cramping, urinary frequency and fatigue. ...Read more

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Morning sickness (Tip)

Morning sickness can improve as your pregnancy goes on. ...See more

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Preventing Altitude Sickness (Checklist)

Drink water regularly
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Rest at the new altitude to acclimate your body
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Talk to your doctor about medications to prevent altitude sickness
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What medications are safe to take for morning sickness?

What medications are safe to take for morning sickness?

Vitamin B6: Vitamin B6 capsules once or twice a day can help relieve nausea. Also try chewing crystallized ginger or ginger capsules 3 times a day. Doxylamine is an over-the-counter sleep aid that can help morning sickness, take it at nighttime first as it will make you drowsy, but it can be taken every 6 hours. There are also prescription meds that your doctor can give you for severe nausea. ...Read more

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Morning sickness (Tip)

Simple morning sickness will not hurt your baby. ...See more

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What to do when you have morning sickness to stop it?

What to do when you have morning sickness to stop it?

ASK YOUR OB DOC: And do what your OB doc says since that doc is taking care of u, if u were my pt., I would tell you to try ginger aile, snaps, or tea, or or ginger cooked, also b-natal pops - u can get those at babys r us, also there is an fda approved wrist band called primabella - your OB doc can get a form form the drug rep some insurances cover them they work quite well or u may need cat b script meds. ...Read more

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Morning sickness (Tip)

Doctor, can doxylamine help my morning sickness? ...See more

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What causes morning sickness? Any remedies for it?

What causes morning sickness? Any remedies for it?

Hormones: It is a reaction to pregnancy... Can be worse in some patients... Reccomend bland diet, vitamin b6, and unisom as needed...Also several rx meds that can help. ...Read more

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How to treat severe morning sickness and down's syndrome?

How to treat severe morning sickness and down's syndrome?

Morning sickness: Morning sickness can be helped with ginger candies, ginger ale, or ginger tea; vitamin b6; peppermint candies or tea; nibbling on crackers or toast; or smelling fresh lemon, etc. I'm sorry, but this will not help the down's syndrome part. Homeopathy can also help morning sickness, and so can acupuncture. ...Read more

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I get petechiae from vomiting. Is there a cure for morning sickness?

I get petechiae from vomiting. Is there a cure for morning sickness?

Available: There are many treatments for morning sickness. Some are over the counter and some are prescription. Emetrol is safe. 25mg of vitamin b6 with sominex has been shown to be effective. Bonnie tablets sometimes help. There are multiples prscription meds your doctor can give you too. Eating frequent small bland meals and not drinking when you eat (called a wet to dry diet) also helps. ...Read more

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Morning sickness (Tip)

Do take Benadryl (diphenhydramine) to help with morning sickness. ...See more

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How do I get rid of morning sickness?

How do I get rid of morning sickness?

Several ways: In pregnancy, it is often a problem to have morning sickness. I would recommend avoiding foods that can exacerbate the problem usually foods that are spicy, greasy if possible but also drinking more fluids. Natural remedies are ginger ale, ginger candies, accupressure wrist bands. Medication like zofran (ondansetron) can also be helpful as well as Meclizine otc. Check with your ob. ...Read more

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I am wondering about a prescribed drug metoclopramide. I was given it for morning sickness I am almost 7 weeks pregnant!

I am wondering about a prescribed drug metoclopramide. I was given it for morning sickness I am almost 7 weeks pregnant!

What's the quest?: This is a very common medication given to pregnant women for nausea. It has a good safety record and very few side effects. If there is something else you wanted to know please clarify the question. ...Read more

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Morning sickness (Tip)

It almost always improves-usually after 12 weeks. ...See more

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I am 6 weeks pregnant. If I havn't gotten morning sickness by now, does that mean I won't at all? My mother never had MS with us 3 kids. Genetics?

I am 6 weeks pregnant. If I havn't gotten morning sickness by now, does that mean I won't at all? My mother never had MS with us 3 kids. Genetics?

1/2: Slightly more than half of pregnant females have morning sickness. It usually disappears by 12 weeks of gestation. So consider yourself the lucky less than 50% who don't get it. Don't know if genetics play a role. All the best with your pregnancy. ...Read more

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Morning sickness (Tip)

Do avoid strong odors. Don't let your stomach get completely empty or over full. Do try ginger. ...See more

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What is morning sickness?

What is morning sickness?

Nuasea/vomiting: We believe it may be a primitive protective mechanism that helps to ensure the mother does not get exposed to spoiled food and toxins. Usually the symptoms will get better by about 10 weeks, although some women continue to have symptoms throughout the pregnancy. ...Read more

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Morning sickness (Tip)

6 meal bland diet much liquid a small snack at bedtime. ...See more

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What causes morning sickness?

Increased estrogen: It is felt to be caused by an increase in circulating estrogen during pregnancy. Morning sickness can actually occur at any time of the day. It usually resolves by week 12. ...Read more

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When do morning sickness occur?

First trimester: Usualy it occurs during the first 13 weeks and then resolves after that. ...Read more

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Morning sickness (Tip)

None needed just ask for help in getting through it! ...See more

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When do you get morning sickness?

Any tine in teh 1st: Trimester, some people do not get it. ...Read more

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Why am I getting morning sickness?

Why am I getting morning sickness?

Hormones: The hormones of pregnancy cause this. Some believe it is a primitive protective mechanism designed to protect the mom and fetus from toxins and poisons in the food. ...Read more

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Morning sickness (Tip)

Treatment with hydration, antiemetics, vitamin b6 and unisom. ...See more

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Causes of morning sickness in men?

Causes of morning sickness in men?

Not Pregnant: As you may suspect the morning sickness is not cause by pregnancy in men but there are other reasons such as food poisoning. There are a myriad of other reasons for morning sickness in men so you may want to go to the doctors for an examination and diagnosis. ...Read more

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What's the cause of morning sickness?

What's the cause of morning sickness?

Hormone changes: Pregnancy hormones rapidly increase early in the pregnancy, which causes nausea and vomiting in many (but not all) women. Morning sickness is something of a misnomer as I have rarely seen the nausea confined to just the morning. ...Read more

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What is the cause of morning sickness?

What is the cause of morning sickness?

Morning sickness: There seems to be a correlation with the levels of the pregnancy hormone, betahcg. There are individual susceptibilities. ...Read more

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Can "morning" sickness happen at night?

Yes: The so called morning sickness can happen any time of the day. See this site for other symptoms of early pregnancy.
http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/symptoms-of-pregnancy/pr00102. ...Read more

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