How Many Preggie Pops Can I Eat A Day

Take 1 lozenge every 2 hours, as needed. The maximum daily intake for Preggie Pop Drops Plus is six per day, because they contain Vitamin B6.

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How many Preggie Pop drops can I have in a day?

six per day
Take 1 lozenge every 2 hours, as needed. The maximum daily intake for Preggie Pop Drops Plus is six per day, because they contain Vitamin B6.

Are Preggie Pop drops safe?

Are Preggie Pops Safe? Absolutely! There are no ingredients in Preggie Pops that make them unsafe for pregnant women.

Do Preggie pops help with morning sickness?

Preggie Pops are great tasting morning sickness lollipops and lozenges that provide an all natural way to ease morning sickness. Drug-free and doctor-recommended, these delicious drops provide an effective way to soothe your upset stomach, alleviate dry mouth, and provide a quick energy boost when you need it most.

How quickly do Preggie pops work?

Within 5 minutes of eating a drop, I feel significant relief.

How many Preggie Pop Drops Plus can I eat?

How many Preggie Drops Plus can I take daily? Take one Preggie Drop Plus as needed to relieve morning sickness. Additional Drops may be taken every four hours. Do not exceed more than six lozenges per day.

Why does my morning sickness never go away?

HG typically includes nausea that doesn’t go away and severe vomiting that leads to severe dehydration. This doesn’t allow you to keep any food or fluids down. The symptoms of HG begin within the first six weeks of pregnancy.

Why do hard candies help with nausea?

It works by instantly putting sugar into the stomach – an empty stomach is more likely to cause more intense feelings of nausea. The sugar can calm the jittery stomach, and the lollipop slowly releases fluids that can easily be swallowed, settling the stomach.

What is a tummy drop?

Also called lightening, baby dropping is a sign that a baby is nearly ready to be born. Before dropping, the baby may rotate, so the back of its head is toward the front of the tummy, head facing down. Then, the baby may drop down into the pelvis. When the baby has settled in the pelvis, doctors describe it as engaged.

When does a pregnant belly pop out?

As your baby grows, your uterus, which is normally tucked perfectly inside your pelvis, will pop out above your pelvis and can actually be felt on the outside of your abdomen by you or your care provider. This happens in the second trimester, usually around 13 or 14 weeks.

When does morning sickness end?

When does morning sickness end? Morning nausea usually peaks between weeks 8-11, and typically fades by the end of the first trimester. However, some women can experience it well into their second and even third trimester.

Do Preggie pops have B6?

Preggie Pops Drops Plus Fortified – Morning Sickness Relief Fortified with Vitamin B6. Preggie Pops for Nausea Relief for Pregnant Women Candy Drops.

What can doctors prescribe for nausea during pregnancy?

In fact, the FDA has approved a prescription medication for use during pregnancy that is a combination of Vitamin B6 and Unisom. It is called Diclegis. This is the only FDA approved medication for treating nausea and vomiting during pregnancy.

How are preggie pop drops help with morning sickness?

Ease morning sickness the natural way with the Preggie Pop Morning Sickness Drops – Sour Raspberry, Green Apple, Sour Lemon & Sour Tangerine – 21ct from Three Lollies. These delicious sour fruit drops provide an effective way to soothe the tummy, alleviate dry mouth and gives a quick energy boost as you take on the day.

Is the preggie pop drops safe for babies?

Contains powerful USDA certified organic essential oils and plant botanicals proven to relieve nausea. Completely natural and drug free and 100% safe for mom and baby. Each piece is individually wrapped to stay fresh and go with you anywhere.

How often should I take preggie Pops plus?

For Preggie Pop Drops Plus, you should take one drop as needed every 4+ hours without exceeding six in a 24-hour period. Are Preggie Pops Safe? Absolutely!

What kind of candy is a preggie pop?

Preggie Pops are lollipops available in 7 different flavors, and Preggie Pop Drops are a lozenge-type hard candy available in sour fruit flavors. Who are Preggie Pops for? Preggie Pops are most often used by mamas who are suffering from pregnancy nausea.

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Specific Uses For ProductMorning Sickness, Nausea
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Product BenefitsNausea Relief
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  • Say goodbye to morning sickness and a queasy tummy ­the natural and organic way.
  • Contains powerful USDA certified organic essential oils and plant botanicals proven to relieve nausea.
  • Completely natural and drug free and 100% safe for mom and baby.
  • Each piece is individually wrapped to stay fresh and go with you anywhere.
  • Makes a wonderful gift for your wife, sister, daughter­in­law, co­worker, neighbor or any one you know touched by pregnancy.
  • New Say goodbye to morning sickness and a queasy tummy, the natural way
  • Contains a full 10mg of vitamin B6 and powerful essential oils and plant botanicals proven to relieve nausea

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Three Lollies Preggie Drops Plus Vitamin B6 for Morning Sickness & Nausea

Childbirth educators have historically recommended sour flavored pops for labor because they were perceived to be less likely to exacerbate queasy stomachs. Lavender has been widely used in aroma therapy for relaxation and sometimes for upset stomach as well. Mint has long been used in both oral and aroma therapies for upset tummies. Ginger is an ancient remedy for tummy troubles and research shows that mint has been used for over a hundred years.

We use the natural essences from these sources to flavor our Preggie Pops. For nausea caused by hypoglycemia, even the sugar and brown rice syrup in our pops can be effective. In fact even the mode of delivery is therapeutic as only a small amount is delivered to the stomach at a time.

So, part of why Preggie Pops work rests on where your morning sickness is coming from, which is still rather poorly understood.

Our Preggie Pops work by a combination of:

  • Specific essential oils flavors known to help stomach problems
  • Aromatherapy
  • Mode of delivery
  • Sugars to combat hypoglycemic queasy stomach
  • And, they are safe because they are all natural

Product Description

“Casual name, great product!” It’s a good thing that we have a sense of humor! Yes, many people believe that our products named “Preggie Pops” & “Queasy Pops” could not possibly come from a serious background. Believe it or not, “Preggie Pops” & “Queasy Pops” were conceived and developed by health care professionals! In our line of work, we are daily witnesses to how debilitating nausea can be. We also came to realize that not every nausea remedy works for every person or situation, and that many people would prefer not to take a prescription if they can avoid it. We found that a lot of our patients wanted something “natural”.

With all that in mind, we did some research into natural pharmacologic agents, reading through the available literature (both scientific and non-scientific), talking to numerous other health care professionals from a number of disciplines, and most importantly, talking directly to nausea sufferers. Many patients were willing to share their favorite home remedies, and through time and research, we were able to determine which ones really work. We discovered which herbs are truly helpful, and developed flavors that would be appealing to anyone with a queasy stomach.

As healthcare professionals, we have dedicated our life’s work to helping people in need. Our friends in the field have welcomed our natural products as an alternative therapy for their patients, and the feedback has been great! From traditional practitioners to the holistic and wellness communities, there seems to be a universal market for a flavorful and simple remedy that makes life a little easier during nauseous times. We are thrilled to offer our customers a tasty way to ease their nausea and help them through difficult times.

Enjoy & Feel Better!!


Product details

  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ No
  • Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 6 x 6 x 6 inches; 1.77 Ounces
  • Item model number ‏ : ‎ PPDPlus
  • Date First Available ‏ : ‎ September 27, 2017
  • Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Three Lollies, LLC
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B0083VODME

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All products are manufactured in a facility that processes peanuts

Ingredients

Dried Cane Syrup, Corn syrup, Citric Acid, Natural Flavors (made with essential oils), Natural Colors, and Vitamin B6.

Directions

Allow lozenge to dissolve slowly in the mouth. Take 1 lozenge every 2 hours, as needed. The maximum daily intake for Preggie Pop Drops Plus is six per day, because they contain Vitamin B6.

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Is there soy or soybean oil in the essential oils or natural flavors?

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No, there is no soy or soybean oil.

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Do they work?

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Wife is pregnant with twins. Had bad nausea and didn’t work for her.
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Wouldn’t jolly ranchers have the same effect?

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It depends on the person. Vitamin B6 has been proven to help with nausea. For me, very sour things like warheads have been the only thing that has worked for my awful morning sickness. It is really all dependent on if sour or sweet works best for you (jolly ranchers are sweet, not sour).
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are the preggo pops with B6 gluten free?

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M.B.

1.0 out of 5 stars Diarrhea Drops. Use Sparingly.

Reviewed in the United States on May 22, 2019

Style: Preggie Pop Drops PlusSize: 21 Count (Pack of 1)Verified Purchase

Are these things related to the infamous sugar free gummy bears that gave everyone enough gas to power a Saturn V rocket to the moon and enough diarrhea for 18 colonoscopy preps?

These get ONE STAR for me for one reason only. Read the nutrition facts and you’ll see one drop has 750% of your daily B6 intake. Apparently consuming too much B6 can cause diarrhea and let me tell you….you better get some Imodium if you want these things because I feel like I will have a permanent red ring around my rear end after having 3 of these throughout the course of one day. I got them hoping they would help with the nausea I am experiencing with my Ménière’s disease. Yep. Got rid of the nausea alright, but that’s because I was distracted by trying to stay close to a bathroom and keep plenty of toilet paper handy. Good lord. Proceed with caution if you’re like me and have had some stomach discomfort in the past with vitamins. On the good side, they actually taste delicious. But NEVER AGAIN.

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Ana T.

4.0 out of 5 stars Not a cure all but definitely got me through…

Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2018

Style: Preggie Pop Drops PlusSize: 21 Count (Pack of 1)Verified Purchase

Dear Jesus there is a God! These saved me during my current pregnancy. I went through a ROUGH (I’m talking 9 tequila shots deep with a beer chaser kinda rough) morning sickness with this pregnancy and these little nuggets of heaven saved me! Super delicious tasting too. I will say I did have to have one in my mouth pretty often to stave off the nausea but I’m not complaining because whatever helped, I’d do it. If you’re really struggling give these a try!

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Beth P.

5.0 out of 5 stars Tastes great and does its job

Reviewed in the United States on December 6, 2016

Style: Preggie Pop Drops PlusSize: 21 Count (Pack of 1)Verified Purchase

Personally I think these taste great, and I’m not a fan of really sour candy. I keep one by my bed and eat it first thing when I wake up to beat morning sickness to the punch and then 2 more throughout the day to keep me going. It would be nice if the wrappers didn’t say “Preggie Pop” all over it for those who haven’t shared their news yet, and since this is marketed to help others such as cancer patients. Still a great product though.

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catdrawing

4.0 out of 5 stars Might sorta work?

Reviewed in the United States on March 28, 2019

Style: Preggie Pop Drops PlusSize: 21 Count (Pack of 1)Verified Purchase

I had the organic preggie drops first, and while they tasted good, I’m not sure how effective they were. I’m 9 wks pregnant and nauseous all the time, so I ordered these to try out and had a few today. I’m not sure if it’s just a good day for me or if they are actually doing something or if it’s some kind of placebo effect, but I felt slightly better today. I was worried they would taste vitaminy but I haven’t noticed that taste so far. I like the lemon flavor much much more than the raspberry, but unfortunately my tin came with only 2(!) lemons, so I knocked off a star for that reason. 🙁

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Jennifer F.

5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing product!!

Reviewed in the United States on July 8, 2018

Style: Preggie Pop Drops PlusSize: 21 Count (Pack of 1)Verified Purchase

First off Amazon blew my mind and delivered these to me on a Sunday I almost cried I was so happy. This was recommended to me by a friend of mine who dealt with bad morning sickness I popped open the container and started sucking on one with in minutes the feeling of nausea subsidied and my stomach started grubbling finally. I will be buying more and reccomending these to my friends!!!

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Crizel

4.0 out of 5 stars Someone recommended these (the pops) and I wish I had known …

Reviewed in the United States on August 12, 2018

Style: Preggie Pop Drops PlusSize: 21 Count (Pack of 1)Verified Purchase

It doesn’t prevent me from throwing up but helps my smell sensitivity. The smell of cigarette at work triggers my nausea instantly. So I would throw up at least 4 times during my shift daily. Someone recommended these (the pops) and I wish I had known about it way earlier as I ordered these when I was alreasy 31w pregnant. These helps me hold it in much longer so throughout my shift, I now throw up less and now finally able to maintain/gain weight instead of loosing.

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Jesseekab

3.0 out of 5 stars Eh, they’re okay but hurt my teeth

Reviewed in the United States on October 10, 2020

Style: Preggie Pop Drops PlusSize: 21 Count (Pack of 1)Verified Purchase

I got these based on personal anecdotes and reviews, for my morning sickness. Honestly, I prefer candied ginger or ginger chews. I can’t say they weren’t helpful at times, but it was kind of a crapshoot if they’d help my nausea or not. I also found them excessively sweet and artificial tasting. They’re mostly sugar and corn syrup, and hurt my teeth. I’ve personally had this problem with some brands of cough drops so I’m sure it’s just me. The lemon flavor is more enjoyable than the raspberry flavor IMO, and even though they say “sour raspberry” and “sour lemon” they’re not that sour. Reading the description I was honestly expecting something closer to sour patch kids or warheads but they’re more comparable to those strawberry hard candies that my grandmother used to keep for guests…you know the ones. The wrapper looks like a strawberry, the candy tastes nothing like a strawberry. Probably going to end up tossing the rest and wouldn’t enthusiastically recommend them, but I’d still tell people they exist and maybe they’re worth a shot.

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NCP

3.0 out of 5 stars Too much sugar!

Reviewed in the United States on March 10, 2021

Style: Preggie Pop Drops PlusSize: 21 Count (Pack of 1)Verified Purchase

These are extremely too sweet for my liking. They have a whopping 6 grams of carbs per 1 drop!! Im someone who limits sugar since it’s horrible for you so I only used these a few times when I was desperate and had bad morning sickness. Doesn’t eliminate nausea, but takes the edge off temporarily. Based on the sugar content and carb count, I will not buy these again. I found ginger anti nausea drops that taste better, and have half the sugar and carb count per drop, definitely not over sweet like these preggo pop drops.

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Jessica

5.0 out of 5 stars Lifesaver!

Reviewed in Germany on December 13, 2018

Style: Preggie Pop Drops PlusSize: 21 Count (Pack of 1)Verified Purchase

I had such horrible morning sickness I could barely go about my life. The medicine given to me by my doctor helped but I could only take a certain dose. Having these candies made leaving my house possible. I could finally do my groceries without feeling sick. I would definitely recommend them to anyone who needs relief from morning sickness

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4.0 out of 5 stars Hat wirklich geholfen!

Reviewed in Germany on March 13, 2019

Style: Preggie Pop Drops PlusSize: 21 Count (Pack of 1)Verified Purchase

ich litt unter starker, permanenter Übelkeit und diese Drops haben es wirklich gelindert. Daumen hoch. Sternabzug wegen des zu hohen Preises.

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Stephanie S.

3.0 out of 5 stars they’re just O-K

Reviewed in Germany on January 9, 2019

Style: Preggie Pop Drops PlusSize: 21 Count (Pack of 1)Verified Purchase

I’d say you can get better or “just as good” morning sickness remedies at your local pharmacy. I wasn’t too “wow’d” by them ever helping me thoroughly. Especially not for how expensive they are (for some small sugar candies).

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Jesus Elias

5.0 out of 5 stars Buen efecto

Reviewed in Mexico on October 21, 2018

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Buen efecto

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