There are still no reliably safe and effective treatments for morning sickness, according to a review.
Researchers systematically looked at the available evidence but found very little existed for all pharmaceutical and alternative medicines tested.
The review included 27 randomised control trials involving 4,041 women who were up to 20 weeks pregnant. It states that, due to concerns that pharmaceutical medicines may damage their baby, women are increasingly turning to alternative therapies. But there is less evidence that they work compared with drug based treatment.
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