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Pregnancy, Vomiting (cont.)

Medications

Your doctor may prescribe medications to reduce nausea and vomiting. Several effective prescription medications have been widely used in pregnancy with no evidence of harm to the fetus or the mother. Your healthcare provider may prescribe one of these antiemetics (drugs that prevent or decrease nausea and vomiting).

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