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Posted by Claire
on September 15, 2000 at 08:11:05:
In Reply to: morning sickness posted by Annie on September 15, 2000 at 06:43:33:
: Does anyone have any advice on handleing morning sickness? I am almost 2 months along and have recently been getting sick throughout the day (and night). The dr doesn't want to prescribe anything unless it is bothersome to the point where I am losing weight. She suggested crackers, mint tea, small meals throughout the day, ect. None seem to be working and I am miserable all day. I have a 1 year old daughter that I need to care for and this is getting bad enough where it's getting in the way of me doing that. I didn't go through this with her so it's all new to me. thanks!
Try ginger in some form or other. This works (for me) for most types of sickness. I eat ginger biscuits for travel sickness and my friend ate them with her morning sickness. Give it a go. Let me know if it works
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