Preggie Pops *3 Winner* #Giveaway

The first thing that I am asked when I tell people I am expecting is how are you feeling or how’s the morning sickness. At first it was a happy I feel great then at about 7 weeks it hit like a freight train. It’s not just morning sickness it’s all day sickness. Not just nausea and feeling downright crappy either, I’m talking running to the bathroom to throw up multiple times a day…..enough to where everyone in my home knows to move the heck out of my way as soon as I get up.
Preggie Pops and drops are a natural and fairly affordable way to help out with the queasiness that pregnancy produces. I try to avoid using unnatural ways to give my morning sickness some relief, I would much rather stay away from prescription drugs and up my vitamin B6 to help with my pregnancy induced nausea. I’ve used Preggie Pops and Drops in almost all of my pregnancies and they have always made me feel better, sadly for this pregnancy, not even the Preggie Pops have offered relief to my morning sickness.

Preggie Pops are naturally flavored and specially formulated lollipops and lozenges made for pregnant women. For generations, women have sought out certain natural therapies to ease morning sickness. As healthcare professionals, we have developed a solution: convenient, delicious, high quality and all natural lollipops and lozenges. Preggie Pops offer relief via a combination of essential oils, aromatherapy and our unique delivery system. In addition, our Preggie Pops alleviate dry mouth, provide quick calories and energy during labor, and are an overall soothing and comforting way to address the needs of pregnant women. Preggie Pops are also drug free and healthcare provider recommended.

A few of my friends have used them during labor to keep their mouth from getting dry and getting in a few extra calories and they all recommended them. I have csections so I’ve never had that experience.
Thankfully I know this time is coming to an end. I am *almost* out of my first trimester and should start feeling better in the next couple of weeks. I can’t wait to be able to start feeling more human again and to start feeling this little one, that’s caused me so much trouble these first few weeks, moving around!

Buy it:
Preggie Pops and Drops range in price from $3.95-$5.95. I pick them up at the checkout at Babies ‘R Us so they aren’t hard to find.

Win it!
3 readers will win a box of Preggie Pops and container of Preggie Drops Plus!
a Rafflecopter giveaway

*We received the products featured in this post. All thoughts expressed are my own.*


  1. Anne Perry says:

    I eat crackers and drink water

  2. I don’t have this issue yet!

  3. Amanda Starr says:

    I would also try Queasy Drops Variety

  4. Amanda Starr says:

    I’m just starting out with being nausea, no morning sickness yet but only 5 weeks so we will see, so far ginger ale has helped.

  5. Kimberly Schotz says:

    I would to try the Quesy Drops

  6. Kimberly Schotz says:

    Saltines and Ginger Ale have always worked for me.

  7. I would love to get their queasy pop drops- my husband has stomach issues and I am wondering if the drops would help him at work!

  8. with my last pregnancy i had to be put on medication because I was so sick and losing weight, my SIL found out about preggie pops a little too late to help me- but since we are starting to try for another baby- I am hoping I can try more “natural” nausea help this time around.

  9. just have some crackers

  10. I would like to try the Preggie Pop Drops Organic.
    Thanks for the chance!

  11. I use Psi bands.
    Thanks for the chance!

  12. I have been trying vitamin B6 pills and eating lots of protein- not a total fix though.

  13. Win

  14. I wear Psi-bands. They help alot!

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