Ovulation symptoms such as cramping, spotting, and nausea during ovulation can last anywhere between a few minutes to a few days. If any of these signs persist even after you've ovulated, then consider consulting a doctor to check if there's any reason, other than ovulation, that's causing it.
Some of the most effective ways of finding relief from nausea during ovulation are drinking mint and chamomile tea to combat the dizziness that comes with nausea, stepping outdoors to get some fresh air or sitting in front of a fan, and staying hydrated by drinking plenty fluids. Eating bland foods such as bananas, rice, applesauce, toast, and tea could help you as well.
Nausea during ovulation is a common sign that could be due to hormonal changes. Although vomiting or morning sickness is an early pregnancy symptom, it is highly unlikely that the nausea you experience during or immediately after ovulation is because you're pregnant. That's because for most pregnant people, pregnancy-related nausea begins two to eight weeks following conception, which has most likely occurred during ovulation.