Tried and tested morning sickness cures
However, it most commonly occurs during the first 12 weeks, and can be one of the first early signs of pregnancy you experience.
While sadly there's no magic pill to prevent you from getting morning sickness, there are plenty of morning sickness cures which have been passed down from woman to woman, to help relieve the horrible sickness you feel during pregnancy.
We've gathered together a wide variety of the best morning sickness cures we could find and as if that wasn't enough, we've even drawn on our readers' tried and tested morning sickness cures so we know we have remedies that really do work.
If you're desperate to find some morning sickness cures that will banish that awful nauseous feeling, then take a look through this gallery and give some of these a try - after all, let's be honest, they probably couldn't make you feel any worse! From ginger to particular food and drink to sniffing lemons (who knew?), chances are, one of these morning sickness remedies will do the trick for you.
If you canít find any other way to relieve your morning sickness, and are really suffering, seek the advice of your doctor. As you may remember from the pregnancies of the Duchess of Cambridge, severe morning sickness, also know as hyperemesis gravidarum, requires medical attention and plenty of rest and recovery, so don't be afraid to ask for help!
Do you have any other morning sickness cures that worked in your experience? Be sure to leave us a comment in our comments section below and help out other mums-to-be with your advice.
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