Mild morning sickness is normalNausea, vomiting, and often burning in the stomach and reflux are the most common symptoms during pregnancy. Nausea and vomiting is the earliest symptom after menstrual delay and occurs in approximately 60-80% of pregnant women. Mild nausea can be seen in almost all pregnancies. Nausea usually starts at 5-6 weeks, peaks at 8th week, decreases to 14-16th week and sometimes continues until delivery.Weight loss and organ failureNausea and vomiting are seen in 0.5-1% of the cases called ılan Hyperemesis gravidarum te. Nausea-vomiting, excessive electrolyte-fluid loss, and sometimes liver and kidney failure are the problems leading to weight loss. In these cases, it can be treated by hospitalization.Avoid the smell of cigarettes, heavy perfumes and roastAlthough there is no single cause of nausea and vomiting, its origin is often unknown. Pregnancy hormones (estrogen, progesterone), hard work of the thyroid gland, gastrointestinal disorders (ulcers, esophagitis), psychological and genetic causes are among the main causes. Smells such as cigarettes, perfumes, coffee, petroleum products and frying are also the most important triggers. For this reason, expectant mothers should not be in a smoking environment, and spouses and lovers of expectant mothers should never smoke during pregnancy.Go to lifestyle change to avoid stomach complaintsHeartburn and reflux complaints are seen at an average rate of 30-50% during pregnancy. Beginning in the early period and gradually increasing until birth, usually improves after birth. It tends to recur in subsequent pregnancy. This is due to hormonal and physiological changes that occur during pregnancy. It is more common in patients with stomach complaints before pregnancy. During pregnancy, both the gastric emptying slows down by the effect of hormones, and as the uterus grows, pushes the stomach upwards. It becomes difficult to digest and at the same time when the pressure between the stomach and esophagus decreases and reverses, food escapes and irritates the esophagus. In such cases, lifestyle changes are aimed to reduce reflux and stomach burning. In order to prevent nausea and vomiting during pregnancy, it is necessary to stay away from the kitchen because odors are triggers. * In the morning, salted crackers can be consumed without getting out of bed. Nutrition should be stopped at least 2 hours before bedtime. * Ginger is known to reduce nausea. Drinking ginger tea will be the right choice. Iron and vitamin drugs can cause stomach complaints. * Nausea and vomiting in anti-nausea drugs and vitamin B can be used. In cases such as hyperemesis gravidarum, oral feeding may be discontinued and serum treatment may be required. To prevent stomach burns and reflux; Eat plenty of water between meals, * Avoid wearing tight clothes, * Reflux quality of life, sleep disturbance and disrupts the order of treatment should be treated.