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What are some good, safe homepathic remedies or herbs to take for morning sickness? It is beyond terrible this time, and I feel like a bad mommy to my ds. BTW, we are still nursing, although I suppose if it's safe for pregnancy, same goes for nursing.
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Congratulations! I'm also due beginning of Jan. with baby #3. What has helped me the most in all 3 pregnancies has been accupuncture. After 2 treatments the morning (all-day) sickness is pretty much gone. Same thing with my other 2 - 2 treatments and gone ! I also got some relief with ginger capsules. HTH!
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One other thing I forgot to mention.....my midwife also suggested taking vitamin B6. Hope you're feeling better soon!
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I my sea bands. They rely on accupressure to a point near the wrist.
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*anise or fennel seed tea
*peppermint
*ginger
*raspberry tea
*wild yam or ginger root capsules
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Peppermint or ginger tea helped get me through my first trimester. Also drinking my water at room temperature rather than ice cold.
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