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Old 02-27-2009, 02:12 AM   #21
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You all are so sweet thank you! Do any moms out there have any home remedies for morning sickness (aka all day and night sickness)
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Old 02-27-2009, 03:04 AM   #22
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Congratulations!! wishing you all the good pregnancy vibes!!
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Eat a few saltines before you get out of bed, and drink a bit of 7-Up. I know, you can't stand the thought of it, but it helped me with my son. This is a site my DDIL found 'preggie pops' on. There are no studies that show they work, but there is anecdotal evidence that some women get relief with them. A gyne I worked with used the wrist pressure bracelets with some good results. You just have to keep trying until you find one that works for you.

http://www.morningsicknessrelief.com/

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Old 02-27-2009, 05:55 AM   #24
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Congrats! I'll share some of my pregnant vibes with you! I hit 14weeks yesterday (thursday). As for the nausea. Here are a few things to try!

Sea Bands. These are used for motion sickness. You can buy them at the drug store and cost around 10-15 bucks! They helped me some!

Ginger Snap cookies. Put them next to your bed, before you even get up, eat a few in the morning and drink some ginger ale or sprite.

Never allow yourself to get hungry. Even if you just have to nibble on and off all day. Turn your day into 5 smaller meals if you can. I ate even though I was nauseous b/c I KNEW if I allowed myself to get too hungry, it was over.

I hope those help you! My nausea has just gone away in the last week and a half! *hugS*

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Old 02-27-2009, 08:12 AM   #25
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AWW Congrats to you too!!! Im definatly gooing to try eating before I get out of bed, and look into the sea bonds. Thanks everyone you all are fabulous!!
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Congrats!! Prayers for you all

I had to do the cracker thing before I got out of bed in the mornings and sip 7up too...also those wintergreen lifesavers helped nothing else would but for some reason I could handle them and their smell
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Originally Posted by Secksiebrat View Post
Congrats! I'll share some of my pregnant vibes with you! I hit 14weeks yesterday (thursday). As for the nausea. Here are a few things to try!

Sea Bands. These are used for motion sickness. You can buy them at the drug store and cost around 10-15 bucks! They helped me some!

Ginger Snap cookies. Put them next to your bed, before you even get up, eat a few in the morning and drink some ginger ale or sprite.

Never allow yourself to get hungry. Even if you just have to nibble on and off all day. Turn your day into 5 smaller meals if you can. I ate even though I was nauseous b/c I KNEW if I allowed myself to get too hungry, it was over.

I hope those help you! My nausea has just gone away in the last week and a half! *hugS*

~danielle~
I second this, that's what worked for me!
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Old 02-27-2009, 05:18 PM   #28
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Congratulations! to you and DH. All the best for you.

Saltines are good to curb the sickness.
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Congrats! Wonderful news!

You might try sour candy for the morning sickness. I had it every day with both of my kids from about 6 to 15 weeks. I definitely understand!
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oh wonderful
congrats!! praying for you!!!
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