Still unclear which remedies are best for morning sickness

Even though nearly all women experience at least a little nausea or vomiting during pregnancy, there isn’t much solid evidence to suggest the best treatments, a research review concludes. Ginger, vitamin B6 or antihistamines, for example, may ease mild nausea, while severe vomiting that carries a risk of dehydration and malnutrition can sometimes be improved by corticosteroids, the study found. The trouble is there’s scant evidence to suggest how one treatment might stack up against available alternatives, said lead study author Catherine McParlin of Newcastle University in the U.K. “Women react differently and may need to try different treatment options…
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