I have a friend who just turned three months pregnant and has fought all along against nausea. Have gradually been disappearing, but told me that were really terrible, so you could not bring nmi to the kitchen of his home.
During the first trimester, pregnant vomiting are common, and usually presents in the morning, right when you first wake up, or when you’re brushing your teeth, the smell also affect the status of the mother, who take “sucks” some of them.
To try to ease nausea (because you can not eliminate 100%), my friend gave me some tips to share with you and to diminish that feeling, that often comes to the father of the child, which is when the Dad also “makes belly.”
Not fat and the seasonings.
Spicy foods, fats and fried foods, irritate your stomach and your entire digestive tract, so that nausea and vomiting may occur.
Have on hand lemon drops and citrus colonies.
It seems that some pregnant women do well with the taste and smell of lemon, so my friend is always in your purse, office, kitchen, in the car and even in his living room and several lemon drops lemon cologne bottles to smell it when needed.
More meals less space.
The act of eating more times a day (which does not mean eating more) can cause stomach acid have no effect on the feeling of nausea. Increasingly spaced your meals, for example you can eat 5 or 6 times a day instead of eating 3 large meals, like everyone else. These meals include protein and carbohydrates, because these will make your stomach feel more satisfied for longer.
If food is cold, the better.
My friend told me he preferred not to eat salads and hot food. It seems that hot food odor stronger than the cold, so that may help combat nausea.
And in general, I recommend you go slowly taking note of the flavors or smells that increase nausea during pregnancy to avoid them. I assure you it will be more bearable this time.