Pregnancy Pukeology Podcast Episode 22: Vaginal Discharge

Vaginal Discharge & Yeast Infection Treatments

Are you wondering why your vaginal discharge is white, clear, pink, red or brown? Then this is the blog for you. NoMo Nausea goes through what different colors and odors of vaginal discharge mean. Plus, if you're worried about a yeast infection, you can learn about them here! From learning what it is to home remedies for yeast infections, NoMo Nausea has got you covered! 

May 14, 2019 by Maya Glander
Tags: infection

Yellow Fever a mosquitoes purse

 Yellow Fever the unwanted fashionable summer color!

Yellow purses might be the summer fashion trend but not when your skin is the same color after being bitten by a bug. Yellow fever is a viral infection spread by a certain type of mosquito. It mostly occurs in areas of Africa and South America. Mild cases of yellow fever cause headache, fever, nausea and vomiting.

There's no specific treatment for yellow fever but there is treatment to relieve the symptoms of yellow fever. The No Mo Nausea Band combines acupressure and aromatherapy to instantly relieve nausea, vomiting, and headaches.

Avoid the bite! Mosquitos can carry various blood born infections. Don't forget to wear bug spray, devices that emit high frquency sounds to ward off bugs, and get all immunizations prior to leaving the country. In the US there were zero cases in 2014.


April 16, 2015 by jacqueline darna

Reason #119 Gastroenteritis

Have you ever felt so sick because you were experiencing diarrhea and vomiting? After all the stomach pain, cramping, and nausea, you probably realized that you had the "stomach bug". This "stomach bug" that you suffered from was actually, gastroenteritis. Gastroenteritis is typically caused by a viral or bacterial infection which inflames and irritates your stomach and intestines. The NoMoNausea band uses peppermint aromatherapy to reduce the upset stomach and relax the smooth muscle of the gut to stop the retching before you puke. Furthermore, the acupressure knob opposes the nauseating signals sent from your brain.