Morning Sickness is almost synonymous with Pregnancy – women experience varying degrees of this pregnancy symptom. Morning Sickness symptoms such as nausea and vomiting during the first trimester are something most pregnant ladies detest. It is common to experience morning sickness during pregnancy between the 4th and 16th week, and it usually resolves or gets better as the pregnancy progresses. Morning sickness causes include hormonal changes, reduced blood sugar levels, emotional stress, fatigue, multiple pregnancies, frequent travel, and smelling foods that can induce nausea.

Thankfully, this pesky pregnancy symptom can be minimized using home remedies, medications, and Trimacare™ Prenatal Pills so that you can enjoy the journey to motherhood.

Tips To Manage Morning Sickness During Pregnancy

Along with taking your doctor’s suggestions about using medications for reducing morning sickness during pregnancy, you can consider several home remedies and supplements to prevent it.

  • Trimacare™ Prenatal Tablets – The anti-emetic blend in Trimacare™ Prenatal Vitamins prevents morning sickness during pregnancy. Not only do Trimacare™ Prenatal Pills provide you with 20 plus nutrients in one tablet, but these antenatal tablets also alleviate the uncomfortable symptoms associated with pregnancy. The anti-emetic blend (which prevents nausea) and Vitamin B6 reduce morning sickness while the pregnancy multivitamins meet your antenatal nutritional requirements. Designed as per the guidelines of WHO and ICMR, these prenatal tablets are recommended by gynecologists as they are formulated specifically for the needs of Indian pregnant women.
  • Vitamin B-6 Supplements – Some doctors recommend trying out Vitamin B-6 to minimize morning sickness during pregnancy, sometimes combined with other drugs. It is thought of as an effective morning sickness treatment. However, if your prenatal vitamins contain Vitamin B6 like Trimacare™ Prenatal Tablets, you might not need to supplement Vitamin B6 separately, so discuss that with your doctor.
  • Consume more ginger-containing foods and drinks – Some pregnant women seem to benefit from ginger-infused foods and drinks, such as ginger ale and ginger tea, and it is a common Morning sickness treatment. Trimacare™ Prenatal Tablets contains Ginger and Lemon Extracts, that alleviate nausea without any synthetic ingredients. This ensures that you get the benefits of ginger to prevent nausea as you’re consuming your prenatal vitamins.
  • Stay Hydrated – Ensure you’re consuming a sufficient amount of water and other fluids, as it is one of the most crucial morning sickness remedies. Keeping yourself hydrated is essential to prevent dehydration that can be caused by excessive vomiting.
  • Improve Your Eating Habits – Eat in a way that is conducive to your pregnancy. Eat smaller meals, avoid spicy foods, minimize consumption of fatty foods, and focus on eating nutrient-dense fresh foods.

Complications of Morning Sickness During Pregnancy 

Morning Sickness is usually mild, and not a cause for worry unless you are experiencing severe nausea and additional symptoms such as –

  • Inability to keep your food down
  • Weight-loss
  • Fever
  • Infrequent urination
  • Fast heartbeat
  • Dizziness
  • Blood in vomit
  • Headaches
  • Spotting
  • Abdominal pain

If you experience any of these symptoms, make sure you tell your gynaecologist about it immediately to rule out any complications.

Take Away 

Making modifications to your food habits and avoiding triggers for nausea go a long way in preventing Morning Sickness.

Trimacare™ Prenatal Tablets cater to your nutritional needs, along with your overall prenatal needs to manage tricky pregnancy symptoms. Pregnancy can be an overwhelming phase mentally. However, having the appropriate nutritional support can help relieve some of your stress. Making simple modifications in your lifestyle can help make your pregnancy a beautiful journey to motherhood. A healthy mother can give birth to a healthy baby, so make sure you put your health first.