Morning Sickness (Vomiting During Pregnancy)
Occasional slight vomiting in the morning is a common problem of early pregnancy. This does no harm and subsides on its own by the end of the third month of pregnancy. Sometimes, however, it extends even into the second trimester of pregnancy and/or assumes a severer form, thereby undermining health.
Check if most symptoms of any of these remedies match with most of your symptoms:
Antimonium crudum 30 : Nausea in the morning with giddiness; a sensation of abnormal fullness in the stomach after eating; frequent (almost constant) belching; thick, white coating of the tongue; alternate constipation and diarrhea (like Nux vomica); aversion to cold bathing.
Arsenic 30 : Excessive nausea and vomiting, immediately after eating or drinking, leading to great exhaustion and causing undue fear (of death); burning pain in the stomach which becomes worse with cold drinks/food but is relieved by hot drinks.
Cocculus 30 : Vertigo from least motion, causing nausea and vomiting and forcing the lady to lie down; a sensation of weakness and hollowness in the abdomen with acute lethargy; problems get worse if proper sleep is not obtained.
Ipecacuanha 30 : Persistent nausea, which is not relieved even after vomiting; thirstlessness; clean tongue.
Nux vomica 30 : Nausea and stone-like pressure in the stomach after eating, leading the lady to believe that she will feel better if she vomits; desire for stimulants like tea and coffee; frequent ineffectual desire for passing stools and urine; great tendency to catch cold, compelling the person to keep doors and windows closed and cover up even in summer.
Sepia 30: Nausea from smell or sight of fight (like Arsenic), Especially in the morning; a sensation of emptiness in the stomach which is relived by eating; a bearing-down sensation in the pelvic region, forcing the lady to keep the legs crossed.
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