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Navigating morning sickness or ALL DAY SICKNESS!



Embracing the Common Symptom of Early Pregnancy and 1st Trimester

Hey there, Mama-in-the-Making! 🤰✨ If you're feeling a bit under the weather, especially in the morning (or let's be real, any time of day), you're not alone. We're diving into the queasy world of early pregnancy and the notorious 1st trimester. Let's chat about feeling sick, why it happens, and most importantly, how to ride the waves with a smile. Because trust us, it's one of the most common symptoms, and we've got your back!


The Nausea Chronicles:

Ah, morning sickness – or as some of us like to call it, "all-day, every-day" sickness. It's like your body's way of saying, "Hey, something exciting is happening in here!" 🌈 But we get it; it's not always rainbows and sunshine. Nausea can hit hard, making you feel like you've taken a spin on a rollercoaster before breakfast.


Why, Oh Why?

So, why does this queasiness come knocking at your door? Blame it on those pregnancy hormones, specifically hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin), which are skyrocketing in the early weeks. Your body's working overtime to create the perfect little nest for your bun in the oven, and sometimes, it protests with a bit of nausea.


Surviving the Quease:

Now, onto the good stuff – how to survive the queasiness like a pro.

  • Snack Attack: Keep those crackers by your bedside, and munch on them before even attempting to rise from your pillow fortress in the morning. It's a game-changer.

  • Ginger Magic: Ginger ale, ginger tea, ginger candies – make friends with ginger. This natural wonder has nausea-fighting powers that might just save the day.

  • Small, Frequent Meals: Forget the three big meals a day for now. Opt for smaller, more frequent meals to keep your tummy from going on a rollercoaster ride.

  • Stay Hydrated: Sip, sip, sip! Dehydration can make nausea worse, so keep that water bottle close.

  • Fresh Air Breaks: Sometimes, a bit of fresh air can do wonders. Take short strolls outside and let nature work its magic.


Finding Comfort in the Common:

Here's the silver lining – feeling queasy is a sign that your body is doing its thing, creating a cozy space for your little one. It's a journey, and like any journey, there are bumps along the road. But guess what? You're not alone. Every mama has felt the queasiness, and trust us, there's light at the end of the 1st-trimester tunnel.


So, What's the Takeaway?

Give yourself some grace. You're growing a tiny human, and that's pretty spectacular. Embrace the queasy moments, knowing they come with a beautiful reward at the end. And hey, if you need a virtual cheerleader, consider us right here, cheering you on.


Ready for More Tips and Support?

Whether it's queasiness, cravings, or the million questions that pop up, we're here for you. Dive into the journey of early pregnancy with open arms and a sprinkle of humor. Because, Mama, you've got this! 💪🌸 #PregnancyJourney #MorningSicknessSurvival #GrowingTinyHumans


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Donna x


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