The anticipation of your new bundle of joy is an exciting time for you and your whole family! As you start planning your future with your new baby, you might notice a few pregnancy symptoms. Many women experience morning sickness as their babies begin to grow and take up space in the womb. Luckily, you can prepare for morning sickness during your pregnancy by knowing more about its symptoms.
Take a look at the following facts about morning sickness.
- What Is Morning Sickness Like?
- What Causes Morning Sickness?
- When Does Nausea Start in Pregnancy?
- How to Manage Morning Sickness
- Ease Morning Sickness With Mobile IV Medics
What Is Morning Sickness Like?
During the first three months of pregnancy — and sometimes longer — many women experience morning sickness. This pregnancy symptom often involves feelings of nausea and occasional vomiting when the nausea lingers. Although the name suggests that it only occurs in the morning, morning sickness can happen anytime throughout the day.
Some women might not experience morning sickness during pregnancy, but morning sickness is a typical sign of your baby’s development. Whether you feel nausea or not is entirely normal.
How to Manage Morning Sickness
Morning sickness can feel different for every mother, whether they have had children in the past or are expecting their firstborn. If nausea or vomiting have become a normal part of your early pregnancy stages, finding healthy and comfortable ways to manage these symptoms is essential for a smooth transition into your second or third trimester.
Consider the following remedies and tips for dealing with morning sickness.
1. Vitamin Supplements
Your body works around the clock to provide your baby with the nutrients they need to develop at a healthy rate. You can put vitamins back into your body by taking supplements that keep you energized and healthy during pregnancy.
Vitamin B6 helps your baby’s development during pregnancy, which also limits symptoms of morning sickness. When you take vitamin B6 supplements, your baby’s brain and nervous system can grow at a healthy rate. Your blood glucose levels can balance more easily, and your baby will have fewer chances of lower birth weight and eczema.
2. Staying Hydrated
Water seems to fix everything — and it can also help with morning sickness! If your body has trouble digesting foods, the extra weight on your stomach can make you feel more nauseous on top of any other morning sickness symptoms you may be feeling at the beginning of your pregnancy.
Luckily, drinking 64 to 96 ounces of water each day during pregnancy can help you digest foods easier and relieve your nausea symptoms. Staying hydrated also helps essential vitamins and nutrients circulate throughout your body so that you and your baby remain healthy throughout each trimester. Most importantly, water benefits the production and quality of the amniotic fluid surrounding your baby in the womb.
Making sure to get a healthy amount of hydration into your body throughout your pregnancy is essential for your baby’s development and your own health.
3. Morning Sickness IV Therapy
Vitamins, minerals and hydration are all essential factors for a healthy pregnancy. You can get all three of these vital elements in your system with fast-acting Morning Sickness IV therapy. This quick and easy method provides nutrients and vitamins straight into your bloodstream to prevent nausea, vomiting and other symptoms you may feel from morning sickness. Receive supplements like iron, folic acid and calcium to support a healthy pregnancy.
You can also get the hydration levels your body needs to get these essential nutrients to your baby for healthy growth and development all pregnancy long! IV therapy is painless and comfortable, allowing you to fully relax while receiving hydration and vitamins.
Ease Morning Sickness With Mobile IV Medics
Get the relief you need for a comfortable pregnancy with Mobile IV Medics! Our Morning Sickness IV therapy formula provides a vitamin B complex, anti-nausea medication and IV fluid into your bloodstream for additional hydration and nutrients during your pregnancy. With these essential vitamins and minerals, you can feel energized and ready to plan for the arrival of your little bundle of joy.
Make your appointment as comfortable as possible for you and your baby by getting your IV at home! We understand the need to be in your own living space for total relaxation during pregnancy. That’s why we can offer our mobile services right to your home. One of our registered nurses can administer the Morning Sickness IV and answer any additional questions you may have about its benefits. Before every appointment, they’ll do a vitals check and discuss your medical history.
Book your appointment with us today!
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About the author
Brad Wenderoth, Pharm.D.
Brad Wenderoth, Pharm.D. is a licensed pharmacist and co-owner of Mobile IV Medics. With over 16 years of healthcare experience, Brad is bringing his expertise and passion for patient care to the Mobile IV Medics patient population. Prior to Mobile IV Medics, Brad worked in varying areas including both direct patient care and hospital leadership at Keck Medicine of the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles, nationwide health system pharmacy consulting for Comprehensive Pharmacy Services (CPS), and professor of pharmacy at the USC School of Pharmacy. He holds a doctorate in pharmacy from the University of Arizona, a pharmacy practice residency from USC, and a lean six sigma green belt from Johns Hopkins.