Morning sickness can quickly take the joy out of pregnancy. But although the condition affects upwards of 80 percent of pregnant women, there are no drugs approved by the Food and Drug Administration to specifically treat this pregnancy woe.
Sometimes, easing the symptoms of morning sickness can be as simple as making small change to your diet, such as eating bland foods and smaller, more frequent meals. But in other cases, women may need more help to treat their symptoms.
In a recent review in the journal JAMA, researchers looked at the evidence on a number of morning sickness treatments. Here’s what they found.