Morning sickness … often the toughest part of pregnancy during the first trimester. Whether you are suffering from nausea, vomiting, or both, there are some things you can try to manage your morning sickness and get some relief. One reliable tip is to take ginger or vitamin B6. Another tip is to change your eating habits. For example, have several smaller meals throughout the day instead of eating three large meals. If you experience severe morning sickness—persistent nausea and vomiting—see your doctor immediately. Severe morning sickness can lead to dehydration and hospitalization. For other helpful tips for managing your morning sickness, turn to this helpful resource.
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Got babies on your mind? If you’re starting to think about getting pregnant, you may want to take some steps to help you have a healthy pregnancy … and a healthy baby. So what kind of things can you do? You can make lifestyle changes like getting regular exercise and cutting down on caffeinated drinks. You can eat well by eating a balanced diet across the different food groups. And you can ask your OBGYN for a pre-pregnancy exam to help you understand what risks you might have during pregnancy. Use this helpful guide as a checklist for preparing for a healthy pregnancy.