• soapy soapy
    December 29, 2009
    Is diarrhea a symptom of morning sickness?
    soapy soapy
    December 29, 2009

    I feel sick when I wake up in the morning. I have a sicky feeling in my tummy that makes me feel like I could vomit, and I have a heavy head that feels like it could develop into a headache. By mid-morning I'm fine. I've tried different things like having a glass of milk or water before going to bed; I've tried leaving out coffee, tea, and other caffeinated drinks; and I've even tried setting my alarm clock slightly earlier so I can lay in bed for a moment and not jumping up too quickly. Does anyone have any suggestions, as I would love to wake up some mornings feeling refreshed or a least just ok for a change?

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  • MonicaRD
    Health Pro
    December 30, 2009
    MonicaRD
    Health Pro
    December 30, 2009

    Hi Soapy,

     

    Without knowing your diagnosis, medical history, gender, age, and other information, it's difficult to say what is a good course of action other than I suggest you see your physician for an actual diagnosis. I'm not sure whether it's related to a medication you are on (you could ask about taking the medication at a different time of day), or if it's related a stomach issue (ulcer), pregnancy, low or high blood sugar. For mild "morning sickness" sometimes eating a few crackers prior to getting out of bed helps calm the stomach. 

     

    Best of luck,

    Monica M. Skidmore, MS, RD, LDN

     

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