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Pregnant? How to Relieve Morning Sickness

Hormonal changes during pregnancy—especially in the first months—can leave you feeling nauseated. Better known as morning sickness, this stomach upset can put a crimp in your joy. Try these tips from the National Library of Medicine Eat slowly, and consider eating several smaller meals each day instead of three big ones. Avoid fried, spicy, and greasy foods. Better choices include cereal, rice, and bananas. Don’t lie down right after eating. Start your day with dry foods such as toast or crackers. Avoid smells that can trigger nausea. Severe vomiting, dizziness, or fainting are signs that you should see your healthcare provider.

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