Do Preggie Pops Work

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Preggie Pops

So, you’re interested in learning more about Preggie Pops? Well, Mama, you are in the right place! Here at Three Lollies, our founders, Noni, RN, and Jim, MD, have poured their passion into creating an effective (and delicious!) line of products to bring you relief during pregnancy.

Preggie Pops and Drops are most popular for their nausea-fighting power, but that’s not all they can do for you during pregnancy! Preggie Pops are also great for relieving a persistent dry mouth, giving a little energy boost, distracting from bad odors (you know that pregnancy super sense of smell you’ve got going on), and are great for when you’re in labor.

Here I’ve compiled some of the most frequently asked questions into one guide to help you decide if Preggie Pops will help you! (Spoiler alert, I think they will!)

Read on, Mama! Let’s learn more about Preggie Pops and Drops as well as our other pregnancy products here at Three Lollies.

WHAT ARE PREGGIE POPS AND PREGGIE POP DROPS?

Preggie Pops and Drops are an all-natural hard candy especially formulated for treating morning sickness and nausea associated with pregnancy (although that’s not all they can help with). These candies contain no artificial flavors, are all individually wrapped, and have been used and loved by mamas worldwide.

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. This might be first trimester morning sickness, persistent all-day sickness during pregnancy, or even mamas suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG), a severe form of pregnancy nausea.

Beyond nausea, Preggie Pops can help:

  • Pregnant mamas looking for an all-natural energy boost during the day
  • Mamas with persistent dry mouth associated with pregnancy
  • Pregnant Mamas dealing with a super-sensitive sense of smell (Preggie Pops contain essential oils and have an aromatherapy effect––see more below)
  • Mamas looking for a natural option for energy during labor (Hard candies are often recommended for labor to beat dry mouth, distract, and provide a boost when you can’t stomach much)
  • Mamas worried about nausea during labor (sometimes, women experience extreme nausea and/or vomiting during labor as a response to the pain, having some Preggie Pops on hand can really help)

PREGGIE POPS INGREDIENTS?

All of the Preggie Products use all-natural ingredients and contain no artificial flavors or colors. They contain a blend of essential oils and botanicals both proven and known for their nausea fighting power. We turn towards herbs and essential oils such as ginger, citrus, lavender, and mint––which are all known for their ability to calm, soothe an upset stomach, stop nausea, and help during labor.

Our Preggie Pops, Drops, and Drops Plus all have brown rice syrup and/or dried cane syrup as a sweetener. However, we offer a sugar-free version that is sweetened with Splenda. These are perfect for mamas with gestational diabetes, or anyone looking for a sugar-free alternative. We also offer a USDA Certified Organic option of our Preggie Pop Drops.

Lastly, our Preggie Pop Drops Plus, contain 10mg of B6 in each drop. B6 is recommended by the American Academy of Family Physicians to combat pregnancy nausea (source).

Preggie Pops Ingredients:

  • Dried Cane Syrup
  • Corn Syrup
  • Citric Acid
  • Natural Flavors
  • Natural Colors

HOW DO PREGGIE POPS WORK?

In short, the blend of botanicals and essential oils used in our products is what provides you with nausea-stopping power. What’s more, the cane syrup and brown rice syrup are also important for fighting off morning sickness. Hypoglycemia (aka low blood sugar) does seem to be a contributing factor to morning sickness and pregnancy nausea for many women.

Preggie Pops also work because they are hard candy. Whether you’re sucking on a drop or lollipop, the slow intake of nausea-fighting ingredients, combined with the aromatherapy effect, and quench of that dry-mouth, combine for maximum effectiveness.

If you opt for the Preggie Pop Drops Plus, the added 10mg of B6 packs an extra punch.

HOW MANY PREGGIE POPS CAN I EAT?

For our line of regular Preggie Pops and Drops, there is no set limit on how many you can use in a day. We recommend using them as needed. Remember to consider a healthy pregnancy diet when deciding how many may be too many for your unique situation and dietary needs. It’s important to be aware that they do contain calories and sugar.

Is you are using our Preggie Pop Drops Plus, do not exceed more than six per day. This is because of the added vitamin B6. 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! There are no ingredients in Preggie Pops that make them unsafe for pregnant women. If you are looking for an organic option, we’ve got you covered. If you are concerned about added sugar, we’ve got a solution there, too.

WHERE TO BUY PREGGIE POPS?

Preggie Pops are available in-store and online at most major retailers including Amazon, Walmart, Target, Walgreens, Meijer, GNC, so many others.

Check out our search tool to find a store with Preggie Pops near you or find an online retailer.

WHAT OTHER PRODUCTS DO YOU HAVE FOR PREGNANT MAMAS?

  • Preggie Pops: Individually wrapped lollipops available in seven different flavors: peppermint, ginger, sour lemon, sour tangerine, sour raspberry, lavender, spearmint
  • Preggie Pop Drops: Individually wrapped lozenges available in four flavors: sour raspberry, sour lemon, green apple, sour tangerine
  • Preggie Pop Drops Plus: Individually wrapped lozenges that contain vitamin B6, available in two flavors: sour lemon, sour raspberry
  • Organic Preggie Pop Drops: Our USDA certified organic version
  • Sugar-Free Queasy Drops: The sugar-free version of our anti-nausea lozenges. These are sweetened with Splenda
  • Stork Pops: Fun, all-natural lollipops that are perfect for your gender reveal party or birth announcement. Available in blueberry and pink lemonade

Find and learn more about our full Preggie Product line here.

LOOKING TO LEARN MORE ABOUT PREGGIE POPS?

Well, Mama, that’s everything you need to know to ease your mind and find relief via Preggie Pops! If your question hasn’t been answered here, head on over to our official FAQs or feel free to contact us directly.

Here’s to less nausea, more energy, and a joyful pregnancy!

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Moms everywhere agree that morning sickness is one of the worst pregnancy symptoms. This makes the Preggie Pop Drops a favorite personal care product among expecting moms because they kick morning sickness in the butt. Specially formulated with essential oils, these offer relief from nausea, and the built-in aromatherapy gives you an added energy boost. Plus, they taste great too! Pro tip: carry these in every bag and self-care item you own, trust us!Ingredients

Dried Cane Syrup, Corn Syrup, Citric acid, Natural flavors (made with essential oils) and Natural Colors.

Morning Sickness Remedies

Morning sickness is the nauseous feeling commonly experienced during around the 6th week of pregnancy. It can occur at any time of the day, and for most women, it seems to stop after the 12th week of pregnancy. Morning sickness is not harmful to you or your baby, but if you experience excessive vomiting and cannot manage to keep your food down, you may have hyperemesis gravidarum and lack essential nutrients and electrolytes . Inform your doctor when these symptoms appear and discuss possible treatment options.

Why Am I Nauseous?

Blame the increasing hormones, but you’re not alone. More than 50% of pregnant women experience morning sickness. But take heart. Many doctors think morning sickness is a good sign because it means the placenta is developing well.

Prenatal Vitamins can make nausea worse, mostly because of the extra iron. Pair your prenatal vitamins with a light snack before you go to bed.

Morning Sickness Relief

What helps with morning sickness? While not all morning sickness remedies may work for you, there are several options you can try to find some relief.

In the Morning:
Allow yourself plenty of time to get out of bed. If you usually get up at 6:00 a.m., set your alarm for 5:00 a.m. It is a good idea to keep a stash of crackers or dry cereal by your bed so you can put something in your stomach as soon as you wake up. Get out of bed slowly as you start your day.

During the Day:
Eat small meals throughout the day to avoid getting too full or too hungry. Progesterone slows the speed of food passing through your digestive tract. To further prevent your stomach from getting too full or too empty, drink fluids a 1/2 hour before or after meals, but not with meals. Also, make sure to drink fluids throughout the day to avoid dehydration.

Get plenty of rest when you can. This is especially important if you have to get up early in the morning. However, DO NOT take a nap right after a meal because this can increase nausea.
Avoid foods or smells that make your nausea worse, and avoid being in warm places, which can increase your nausea.

In the Evening:
For dinner avoid spicy, greasy foods. Prepare foods that are bland and do not have a strong odor. You may have to avoid cooking for the first trimester.

Most importantly, go to bed early! You need your rest to have the energy to get up early and do it all over again. If you happen to wake up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom, try to eat something small from your bedside stash.

Suggested Meals

  • Cold foods (sandwiches, raw vegetables, salad when properly prepared to prevent listeria)
  • Bland foods (chicken soup, broth, plain baked potato)
  • Plain vegetables or fruits
  • Keep meals small, but eat as frequently as you need
  • Foods rich in vitamin B6

Suggested Snacks to Eat

  • Lemons (Eat them, suck on them, or sniff them.)
  • Ginger (ginger ale soda, ginger tea, ginger jam on toast, ginger snaps)
  • Peppermint tea
  • Crackers
  • Jell-O
  • Flavored popsicles
  • Pretzels

Treatments & Supplements

PregEase: natural product is shown to relieve morning sickness and heartburn. Includes a comprehensive formula with vitamins, minerals and herbal ingredients demonstrated to help easy common pregnancy discomforts.

  • Delicious, chewable, orange-flavored tablets provide safe and effective relief
  • Doctor-designed, natural formula with no artificial dyes, colors or preservatives
  • Includes Vitamins B6, B12, calcium carbonate, ginger, and many other ingredients to soothe nausea.  Learn more about PregEase

Preggie Pops: lollipops in flavors known to reduce nausea. (Available flavors include ginger, mint, lavender, sour raspberry, sour lemon, and sour tangerine).

    • A natural way to ease nausea
    • Drug-free and doctor recommended
    • Great for labor
    • Alleviates dry mouth
    • Quick energy boost

Sea-Bands: wristbands that use acupressure pulse points to fight nausea.

    • For all forms of nausea, including morning sickness
    • No drugs and no side effects
    • Used by doctors and hospitals
    • The only clinically tested wristband
    • One size fits all

Nip the Nausea: Drops flavored with a combination of ginger and lemon, which collectively soothe upset stomachs and reduce nausea symptoms.

Relief Band Device: a device that can be worn continuously for relief of mild to moderate nausea and vomiting associated with pregnancy.

Vitamin B6: Taking Vitamin B6 (50 mg) daily has been shown to help with pregnancy-induced nausea.
Talk with your health care provider about any supplements and treatments for morning sickness. If morning sickness is so severe that you are constantly throwing up and not keeping anything down, consult your health care provider about the possibility of having hyperemesis gravidarum.

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