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Treatment of nausea in pregnancy: a cross-sectional multinational web-based study of pregnant women and new mothers
(BioMed Central, 2015-12-01)
Background. The factors related to the treatment of nausea during pregnancy have not yet been investigated in several countries simultaneously. The present study aimed to describe differences in self-reported nausea during ...
Pregnancy outcome after use of cranberry in pregnancy - the Norwegian mother and child cohort study
(BioMed Central, 2013-12-07)
Background: Cranberry is one of the most commonly used herbs during pregnancy. The herb has been used traditionally against urinary tract infections. No studies are found that specifically address the risk of ...
Echinacea and elderberry—should they be used against upper respiratory tract infections during pregnancy?
This review evaluates the safety of echinacea and elderberry in pregnancy. Both herbs are commonly used to prevent or treat upper respiratory tract infections (URTIs) and surveys have shown that they are also used by ...
The burden of nausea and vomiting during pregnancy: severe impacts on quality of life, daily life functioning and willingness to become pregnant again – results from a cross-sectional study
(BioMed Central, 2017-02-28)
Background: Though nausea and vomiting is very common during pregnancy, no studies have investigated the impact of this condition on the women’s daily lives in a Scandinavian population. The aim of this study was to ...