Have you got that nasty nausea today? Let’s dig into the reasons and treatments for it

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Nauseous sensations may come all of a sudden with no obvious reason for it.

Think if you may have eaten something extremely unhealthy, greasy, or had soda or fatty food recently? This may be the case. On the other hand, there are other causes of nausea (apart from ovulation and period), such as stomach flu, food poisoning, peptic ulcer, acid reflux, and certain meds.

To reduce nauseous sensations, try the following:

Nauseous feelings should go away on their own within 24 hours.

Yet statistically, 80% of women have pregnancy-related nausea, especially if their period is late. So it’s best to grab a test and take it to make sure you’re all set.



Early pregnancy symptoms by days past ovulation (DPO), medicalnewstoday.com

Nausea and Vomiting, webmd.com

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