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Pregnancy, Vomiting (cont.)

Vomiting During Pregnancy Treatment

If your symptoms are not severe and you have not already done so, your healthcare provider may suggest you try home care treatments (please see Self-Care at Home). If you have tried these and are still vomiting, your healthcare provider may suggest fluids be given to you with an IV. Often these fluids contain sugar as well as electrolytes. Many times fluid intake alone (IV or oral) can break the cycle of nausea and vomiting and temporarily make you feel much better.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 5/30/2014

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