What helped your morning sickness?

I’m having really bad morning sickness and would like to know what helped other mamas

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Crackers, just plain saltine. Sucking on peppermint candy or drinking peppermint tea. If its really really bad you can talk with your doctor and see what they recommend.

Sour candy, olives/pickles, and lemonade worked wonders for me! With my first I had motion sickness over morning sickness and would carry a lemonade everywhere I went and it was immediately gone.

This pregnancy I had morning sickness for about 2-3 months and ate sour skittles or sour candies and it would take it right away. Suck on them instead of just chewing them.

My high risk ob suggested vitamin b6 in the am and pm and unisom in the pm. Works amazing

Bananas helped. And literally a teaspoon of peanut butter. I hope you feel better soon

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Ginger root supplements

Diclegis helped just a little bit, but it made me so tired I couldn’t function. With my last one preggy pop drops are the only thing that helped.

Changing water brand and type was the resolution. It was the water making me sick. Some r to acidic check into your waters youtube it

Nothing worked until my dr prescribed ondansatron
It stopped me vomiting and I was able to just function enough to do the basics

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I found eating scotch mints helped ease my stomach and made me feel less nauseous atleast enough that I wouldn’t throw up.

Not a damn thing! Good luck girl

Ginger ale. Or you can get a prescription from your doctor to help. I was so sick I carried plastic bags I made sure didnt have holes because I puked so often even while driving with little time to pull over

Ask your doctor for nausea medicine, promethazine pills were what they gave me and they were amazing…I had terrible morning sickness with all 5 of my kids,the only way I could hold anything to drink or eat down was Mary Jane,I probably would have died of starvation if it weren’t for Mary jane

Nothing worked for me and I had it bad 24/7 for 5 months

Peach juice from the canned peaches.

Having small snack every 2 hours. Drinking ice water helped, doctor told me to take
Unisom with 25mg of Vitamin B6 daily at bedtime to help. However no matter what I did I had nausea from about 8 weeks until the day I delivered.

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Nothing worked for me either w my daughter… I had MS til I was 32 weeks… got prescribed too but still nothing

Unisom and b12 it was prescribed though I had like the worst morning sickness it was getting dangerous

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I know this sounds weird but my doctor told me to take benadryl. It’s an antihistamine you normally take for colds and allergies, but it’s also known to help reduce vomiting and nausea.

I lived on broken bits of Cream crackers, kept a bag in my pocket and just grazed all day