Nearly 85% of pregnant women experience stomach troubles during the first three months of pregnancy.

But no cause for alarm,
there is a natural solution…

Although this phenomenon has existed for centuries, the exact mechanisms or causes are still rather vague. According to the specialists, several factors may be involved: a series of physiological changes, an increased level of hormonal activity, higher sensitivity to smell, the stress associated with pregnancy, etc.

These digestive disorders are generally felt between week 6 and week 12 of pregnancy, although some expectant mothers suffer from them throughout the whole pregnancy. Among the majority of pregnant women, the digestive troubles generally manifest mainly during the morning, but they may also occur at any time of the day.

These transient disorders are generally harmless for the mother and her unborn child, but they may also sometimes prove to be disturbing for the pregnant woman. Fortunately, these minor problems can be quickly eased by following a few practical rules.

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Do not allow digestive troubles to ruin your pregnancy !

If, as with most women, your stomach makes your life hell during the first months of pregnancy, remember ginger.

Its usefulness and safety of use are recognized by the WHO (World Health Organization) for its activity easing transient digestive discomfort.

Numerous tests have shown its harmlessness for the mother and for the child in the womb. Ginger may be taken from the beginning of pregnancy because it does not cause any negative effect.

Taking ginger is totally harmless, even from the start of pregnancy!

Thanks to its natural formula and its ginger extract 10 x more concentrated than conventional ginger powder,
Antimetil® is perfectly adapted to help you to restore an optimum digestive balance.

 

Some tips to keep your stomach light throughout pregnancy:

Eat little but often
Eat little but often
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Eat little but often: your stomach should never be too empty or too full.
Eat cold where possible
Eat cold where possible
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Eat cold where possible; the smell of certain hot foods may induce vomiting.
Avoid food that is too spiced
Avoid food that is too spiced
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Avoid food that is too spiced or contains fats and avoid fried food, which is difficult to digest.
When you wake up...
When you wake up...
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In the morning, before rising, eat some dry biscuits and wait a while.
Drink small mouthfuls
Drink small mouthfuls
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Drink: small mouthfuls throughout the day, between meals rather than with meals.
Rest
Rest
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Rest: stress and fatigue may make digestive troubles worse.
Although digestive disorders during pregnancy are usually harmless, they may, in some rare cases, be particularly severe, which is known as hyperemesis gravidarum. This symptom is characterized, among other things, by drastic weight loss. In these rare cases it is of primary importance to consult a doctor to treat the condition and avoid possible dehydration.

You now have all the cards in hand to enjoy these 9 months to the full without being inconvenienced by digestive disorders.

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