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More commonly known as morning sickness, nausea or vomiting may last throughout the first trimester of pregnancy. Usually the nausea occurs in the morning, but it can happen at any time of the day. Morning sickness usually goes away after the first trimester, although sometimes it can linger.

If it is severe, there are medications that are safe for the baby that can be used to control the nausea and vomiting. Other tricks to helping the sickness pass is eat a few saltine crackers before moving out of bed each morning. In my experience the prenatal vitamins make the nausea much worse. You can reduce this effect by taking your vitamin after you have had a small meal.

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