Dealing with Morning Sickness | Tips for Symptom Relief

Morning sickness is the cliche horrible symptom for pregnant women. Despite the name, it’s not always designated to just the morning, and it can be very difficult to deal with. Fortunately, morning sickness doesn’t usually last past the first trimester, but surely there must be some sort of relief before you hit second trimester. Dr. Shelby Dickison, Washington University Ob/Gyn at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, a sister hospital of St. Louis Children’s Hospital has all the tips and tricks for morning sickness symptom relief. From lifestyle changes to medication, Dr. Dickison has the remedies to make your pregnancy just a little bit easier.

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