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Advice on Vitamin B6

Has anyone tried this supplement as a remedy for nausea in the first trimester? Super bad nausea (not so much vomiting) and no appetite. I'm open to suggestions. Crackers, Ginger ale... Not doing it.
Thanks!
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1. try munching on a few chips at the first sign of nausea helps dissipate it. If this cure is for you, stick to regular potato chips and stay away from the fat-free varieties that contain Olestra, the fat substitute. Olestra robs yours body of important nutrients, and it is known to cause diarrhea.
2.High-protein foods like nuts, peanut butter, and dairy products may help
3.Fennel seed is a nausea remedy from Chinese folk medicine. As with mint, fennel seed contains anesthetic constituents that may reduce queasiness. Crush 1 tablespoon fennel seeds into a coffee grinder. Place the crushed seeds in a cup and fill with boiling water. Cover and let steep for ten minutes. Drink the tea in sips to treat nausea.
4.Vitamin B6. the usual dose is 10 to 25 milligrams three times a day -- to combat the nausea of morning sickness.
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2 of my closest friends had the best luck with B6 and peanut butter
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1679244 tn?1375241559
i did ginger root pills. i swear by them. they are awesome!!! i had horrible morning sickness with my son. hope that helps
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