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Morning Sickness Journal

Getting adequate nutrition and staying healthy during morning sickness may take some strategic planning on your part. By keeping a journal of your morning sickness symptoms and day to day activities you can better identify things or situations that improve or worsen your nausea. Anything from bright lights to food to activities have been shown to trigger morning sickness in women. Print out this journal and keep it for several days, at least one week and weekend day, to help identify things in your routine that may contribute. It may be helpful to review this journal with your physician to help identify strategies to alleviate your nausea.

Morning Sickness Journal
Time
Place
Nausea
(Severity 1-10)
Food
(type/amount)
Fluid
(type/amount)
Odor
(yes/no)
Medication
(check)
Activity
(type/amount)
Vomiting (yes/no)
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               

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