Pregnancy

Some expectant mothers blithely sashay through their pregnancies without the faintest whiff of nausea. Others spend nine solid months worshiping the porcelain god. For many women, pregnancy-related morning sickness, which anyone who has experienced it will tell you can come at any time during the day, will fall somewhere in between those two extremes: vague nausea or all-out vomiting that comes on at some point during their pregnancy, and then – like some kind of miracle – passes like a bad dream. While there’s no one-size-fits-all cure for morning sickness, there are things you can do to help you weather those internal storms. Babble offers suggested remedies as well as recommendations from other moms. You can hear from mothers who went through the worst sort of morning sickness, throwing up all day every day, and made it through. And we even list the most essential items every expectant mom should have on hand to cope with pregnancy-related nausea. Crackers, yes, but so much more.