Morning Sickness is nausea experienced by some women during pregnancy. It usually occurs during the first trimester but can occur throughout the pregnancy. Unlike the title, the nausea is not necessarily only experienced in the morning, the nausea can be experienced throughout the day. In some cases vomiting can occur. Morning sickness is thought to be caused by the increased level of oestrogen being produced by the placenta. There are no drugs for morning sickness during pregnancy because of the unknown effect on the growing fetus/baby. However nutritional support, such as Vitamin B6 can help the liver deal with the hormones. Ginger tea has been shown to reduce the nausea. Homeopathic are also effective in helping reduce nausea. It is vital to ensure that a woman is eating correctly during her pregnancy to ensure maximum nutritional for her developing baby.