Kim Kardashian's Cure For Morning Sickness is Dividing Opinion...

Throw those ginger nut biscuits away! You don't need those nausea bands, or a cold fan in your face! Apparently there's a pill that cures morning sickness (which was obviously named by someone who's never been pregnant, because 'morning sickness' lasts all day.) It's being endorsed by Kim Kardashian, so it must work...
Needless to say, the below photo came complete with quite the lengthy caption on her Instagram: "OMG. Have you heard about this? As you guys know my #morningsickness has been pretty bad. I tried changing things about my lifestyle, like my diet, but nothing helped, so I talked to my doctor. He prescribed me #Diclegis, I felt a lot better and most importantly, it’s been studied and there was no increased risk to the baby. I’m so excited and happy with my results that I’m partnering with Duchesnay USA to raise awareness about treating morning sickness. If you have morning sickness, be safe and sure to ask your doctor about the pill with the pregnant woman on it and find out more;"

Comments under her endorsement range from "Amazing there's a "treatment" for the horrid ALL DAY morning sickness, but don't you think that there are more important and worthy causes you with your fame and fortune could raise awareness about? Look at Leo, Angelina and Clooney...I could go on, the list is long!" to "if Kim K says it's safe for the baby, it must be true" and - most importantly - "Are you kidding me?! Don't take this stuff!"

In other Kim-related happenings, she posed "make up free" on the cover of Spanish Vogue. According to her make up artist, all she had on was lip balm, moisturiser, and she had her eye-lashes curled. She captioned the below: "Vogue Spain Cover! We did this whole shoot without make up! Can't wait for you to see it! @VogueSpain 📷 Theo Wenner @Theo123456 #KimNoFilter."


Have you any natural morning sickness recommendations? Lemon citrus drinks loaded with ice, ginger nut biscuits, and generally anything that gets rid of that perma-taste of 'chewing on tinfoil that's been previously residing under someone's armpit' worked for me. A bit.

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