Nausea can be a normal symptom in pregnancy. It is often related to the increases in pregnancy hormones. It is important for you and your baby to receive adequate hydration and nutrition in spite of the nausea. Most nausea decreases considerably after the first trimester (12 weeks), but may persist throughout pregnancy. We try to limit prescription medications in the first trimester, but if you are getting dehydrated, they may be necessary. If, after trying the following, you remain unable to keep any fluids in your stomach after 24 hours, please call your health care provider.
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