Morning sickness is very common in early pregnancy, this can last from weeks to months. It is often smell associated
Eat something before getting out from bed.
If pregnant women's tummy is empty, stomach acids feast on stomach lining, causing nausea. Eat small amounts throughout the day to avoid becoming too full, or too hungry.
Hydrate yourself, drink fluids throughout the day to avoid dehydration.
Avoid spicy, greasy foods for dinner.
Cold foods (sandwiches, raw vegetables, salad when properly prepared to prevent listeria)
Bland foods (chicken soup, broth, plain baked potato)
Plain vegetables or fruits
Keep meals small, but eat as frequently as you need.
Suggested Snacks to Eat
Lemons (Eat them, suck on them, or sniff them.)
Ginger (ginger ale soda, ginger tea, ginger jam on toast, ginger snaps)
Vitamin B6: Taking Vitamin B6 (50 mg) daily has been shown to help with pregnancy-induced nausea.
Though ginger and raspberry are said to relieve morning sickness, there are few limitations one should know.
Ginger -- in tea, candied, or in capsules -- can be effective in fighting nausea. Don't exceed more than 1,000 mg of ginger a day.
Raspberry tea has been used by many pregnant women to ease morning sickness; there is currently some debate about its safety, however, so don't drink this without speaking to your physician first.
Some medicines prescribed by doctors also help in relieving morning sickness, if medicines suggested by your doctor is not covering under your insurance, try to let him know about this, he may change the medicine.