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A Systematic Review of the effect and safety of Ginger in the treatment of pregnancy- associated nausea and vomiting

@inproceedings{Viljoen2012ASR,
  title={A Systematic Review of the effect and safety of Ginger in the treatment of pregnancy- associated nausea and vomiting},
  author={Estelle Viljoen},
  year={2012}
}
Background: Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy (NVP) is a common medical condition. Due to possible harmful side-effects that conventional medicine may pose to the fetus, many mothers choose not to use it, and are left helpless against NVP. There is a need for alternative treatment to relieve NVP symptoms. Objectives: This systematic review (SR) investigated current evidence regarding ginger for the treatment of NVP. The primary objective was to assess the effectiveness of ginger in treating… 
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ZENCEFİL’İN (ZINGIBER OFFICINALE ROSCOE) İNSAN SAĞLIĞI ÜZERİNE ÇEŞİTLİ TERAPÖTİK ETKİLERİ
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Although studies show positive effects of ginger on many health problems, more clinical research is needed to prove the most effective dose, two important phytochemicals, such as the volatile and non-volatile fatty acids show these effects of Ginger.

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Ginger may be an effective treatment for nausea and vomiting in pregnancy, however, more observational studies, with a larger sample size, are needed to confirm the encouraging preliminary data on ginger safety.
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