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What can I do about nausea?
A number of things might help you deal with the nausea and vomiting related to morning sickness. Try these suggestions, and use what works for you.
Spread meals throughout the day so you eat several nutritious snacks instead of one large meal.
Eat a snack before you get up, such as crackers or rice cakes. Or ask your partner to make you some dry toast.
Avoid heavy, fatty foods.
Keep up your fluid intake—fluids may be easier to handle than solids, and you want to avoid dehydration.
Alternate wet foods with dry foods. Eat only dry foods at one meal, then liquids at the next.
Try ginger—it's a natural remedy for nausea. Grate it on vegetables and other foods.
Suck on a cut, fresh lemon when you feel nauseated.
Avoid things that trigger your nausea, such as odors, movement or noise.
Get enough rest.
Avoid getting sweaty or overheated, which can contribute to nausea.
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