Top tips for morning sickness
Here are what real moms had to say about battling morning sickness.
Zayaan Schroeder Mollagee
The first trimester of pregnancy is often the most difficult. You're trying to keep it all under wraps till the 12 week mark when all will be safe but the exhaustion is getting to you and the morning sickness, oh, the dreaded all day sickness is overwhelming.
Article originally in Parent24
It can be a nightmare so we've asked our Facebook moms what their top tips for morning sickness were. Here's what they had to say:
Keep your stomach full! - Renet Van Der Merwe
Ginger beer - Leaticia Monique Jarvis Zimri
Ginger Lollipops or Ginger Tea - Oshanthini Johnson
Yes, anything dry also helped for me...biscuits, dry toast, crackers, etc. And also lemon water! - Cecilia Celliers
I tried everything and the only thing that really helped was changing my vitamins, I have 2 different brands that I alternate, I still get morning sickness every now and again and I am 29weeks I change my vitamins every month. - Ilke Mouton
Small regular meals and water! Don't starve yourself and then pig out when you do it! You'll feel ten times worse! - Nelia Smit
Eat and you won't feel sick. Apples worked for me and when I started feeling bad I ate one and I felt better. - Elani Venter Page
Sour green apples - only thing that got me to work! And fireballs! - Natascha Vorster
I had liquorice and it worked like a charm. - Freddah Leolo
Rooibos tea without milk. Toast with little butter. Lettuce leaves with some salt. Water! That was the only "food" I could eat. - Cynobrey Jansen
Ginger biscuits and Sparkles sweets - Yolande Murphy
Toast, no butter, dried fruits and Provita, oh yes and crackers!!! - Anastasiya A. Meintjes
Find more tips on how to fight morning sickness on our Facebook page.
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