Hey y'all! Quick question- I'm not very far along in my pregnancy OR my career... ;-) I'm a new grad at an ASC. I love it, and feedback from preceptors and charge nurse has been very positive so far, but I've recently started having issues with morning sickness and frequent peeing. Obviously, I have much more control over frequent peeing. But there have been a couple times now that I've needed to dash out to *ahem* refund my breakfast. I know pregnancy is temporary, but I'm so terrified that my coworkers (whom I haven't yet told about pregnancy but I'm sure they're starting to catch on) will see this behavior as unprofessional and view me as undependable and not a good OR nurse. I keep altoids on me as peppermint is known to reduce nausea, and I sniff on alcohol pads every now and then to try to reduce it. What other "remedies" did you use while pregnant that allowed you to maintain composure and professionalism while circulating when you wanted to hurl? I am a good nurse with potential to be great one day, and I don't want this to shoot me in the foot! Of note: we dont have many cases much greater than three hours. Please chime in if you have motherly/nursey wisdom to impart!