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Thirty-one patients received vitamin B6, 25-mg tablets orally every 8 hours for 72 hours, and 28 patients received placebo in the same regimen. At the completion of 3 days of therapy, only eight of 31 patients in the vitamin B6 group had any vomiting, compared with 15 of 28 patients in the placebo group (P less than .05). (ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORD.
Background: Nausea and vomiting are the most common complicated issues in pregnancy period, but they have not been paid much attention. Aim: To investigate the effect of ginger in nausea and vomiting during pregnancy in comparison with vitamin B6 and placebo. Materials and Methods: This is a randomized and double-blind clinical trial.
The women who had nausea and vomiting and did not take any medications were included in this study. 120 women were selected by simple random sampling method, and divided into three groups and were given vitamin B6, placebo, and ginger, respectively. They were given treatment for 4 days and were followed after a week.
The instrument used in this study was a questionnaire, including demographic characteristic and determining severity nausea and vomiting based on the analog visual scale. Keywords: Ginger, nausea, placebo, pregnancy, vitamin B6, vomiting.
What Is Morning Sickness And Who’S Affected?
Morning sickness can be one of the earliest signs of pregnancy, beginning around the sixth week.
You can blame it on those rising pregnancy hormones. For many, morning sickness seems to stop around weeks 12 to 14, but for others, it continues for much longer.