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Were you envisaging spending the start of your pregnancy on a pink cloud, rather than in your bathroom, hanging above the toilet?

I am sure you are not the only one! Pregnancy nausea, also called morning sickness or pregnancy sickness, is extremely common in pregnancy. It can manifest in different ways. Some women just feel slightly queasy.

Others vomit on occasion. Yet others throw up multiple times a day, and have trouble keeping down any food at all. All these groups are interested in one and the same thing how to cure pregnancy nausea. There is no easy, one size fits all answer to curing pregnancy nausea.

But that does not mean there is nothing you can do about it. Many women have found effective cures for their morning sickness, or at least discovered remedies that brought them some relief from their nausea. Here, I will share some of the most effective anti-pregnancy nausea strategies with you.

1) Eat small meals, and make sure that you do not fill your stomach when you eat. At the same time, try eating more often during the day. Small snacks and finger foods are good for early pregnancy. Eat whenever you feel able (or hungry!) but don't overdo it.

2) Try herbal medications for morning sickness. There are many that work. An easy one to try at home is ginger and lemon tea, or ginger in tablets. Finding herbal remedies for pregnancy nausea is a matter of trial and error. If one thing does not work for you, move on to the next.

3) Avoid fatty foods, which are difficult to digest and can trigger nausea. Also keep track of foods that make you vomit, and avoid them. These foods are different for every pregnant woman, but there is likely to be a pattern to what foods cause your nausea.

4) Drink in between meals, rather than during them. Drinking large quantities of water makes sure you stay hydrated, but if you drink them while you are still eating your meal, it can increase your nausea.

5) Pregnancy sickness can get worse with fatigue, which incidentally is also very common in the first trimester of pregnancy.

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