My name is Wendy Shaw and I live with my husband and 10 children in the Sierra Nevada mountains in CA. I want to congratulate you on your pregnancy. The fact that you are feeling a little discomfort is usually a very good sign your pregnancy is going well. However, if your nausea is anything like mine was – you are tired of feeling sick! Most likely, you haven’t been able to find anything that really works to reduce your discomfort. You may have trouble sleeping at night, or are possibly finding it hard to eat or drink anything. And, the nausea could even be disrupting your normal routines.
My nausea started within a few weeks after my first early pregnancy confirmation, and it was so severe I had continual waves of nausea and vomiting day and night. I was so excited for this pregnancy, but not prepared for the nausea lifestyle that came with it. Both concerned friends and family weren’t sure how to help. And, no doctor seemed to truly understand how I was feeling.
First, friends, family, or medical staff may not be able to relate to your level of nausea, or understand how you feel or know what you need. Many moms struggling with nausea often feel misunderstood. But, you’re not alone in what you are experiencing! And, there is help!
Second, it takes a tremendous amount of time, effort, money, & energy to test out all the different nausea theories and corresponding remedies. I’ve discovered why some things work and why some could work with a few minor adjustments. If even one of my basic tips are practiced, some nausea relief may be acquired. Nausea can… Read more…