Find Relief from Morning Sickness at Riverview Health

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A common discomfort during pregnancy, morning sickness is characterized by nausea and vomiting. Around 90 percent of women will experience morning sickness at some point while they’re pregnant. This condition is most likely to develop during the first three months of pregnancy (the first trimester).

Morning Sickness Symptoms

The most frequent signs and symptoms of morning sickness are feelings of nausea, fatigue and vomiting.

Other symptoms may include:

  • Trouble keeping liquids down
  • Periods of fainting or extreme fatigue
  • Very dark, concentrated urine
  • Difficulty being able to completely empty your bladder
  • Nausea that lasts more than a few months

If you’re diagnosed with severe morning sickness in Noblesville, IN, an OB/GYN at Riverview Health can help you take steps to keep you and your baby safe, while finding relief.

Morning Sickness Causes

Experts are not certain what causes morning sickness, but they do believe it may be related to rising hormone levels during pregnancy.

Prevention & Treatment of Morning Sickness in Noblesville, IN

Talk with your doctor about ways to minimize the symptoms of morning sickness. These may include:

  • Having a small amount of food before getting up in the morning may help settle your stomach
  • Eating smaller meals more frequently
  • Staying hydrated throughout the day
  • Getting plenty of fresh air
  • Eating fruits like lemon or watermelon, as these may help relieve nausea for some women
  • Avoiding triggers, such as certain foods or smells that cause you to feel nauseous
  • Including ginger in diet

If these preventive measures aren’t enough to help relieve morning sickness, your OB/GYN may recommend certain medications to alleviate discomfort. If you’d like help managing your morning sickness in Noblesville, request an appointment with an OB/GYN by calling 317.565.0535 or by completing an online appointment request form.

The OB/GYNs at Riverview Health can provide treatment for severe morning sickness for people living in Noblesville, Carmel, Cicero, Fishers, Sheridan and Westfield.