How can I treat morning sickness during week 6 of pregnancy?

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During week 6 of pregnancy, you may start experiencing morning sickness. This common symptom of pregnancy involves nausea and vomiting. Though it is called morning sickness, the symptoms may occur at any point during the day. To help treat these symptoms, it may help to eat several small meals throughout the day. Avoiding fatty foods and drinking seltzer water may also help. Make sure you drink plenty of fluids so you don't get too dehydrated. If you can't keep food or liquid down at all, talk to your doctor about other treatment possibilities to make sure you are getting the nutrients you and your baby need.

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