Archive for December, 2011

articlePregnancy Report Looks and Everything from Morning Sickness to Sex
Posted on December 30th, 2011 in the Morning Sickness News,Shared Experiences Category

photo credit: Schwangerschaft For women who have never been pregnant, it’s natural to ask what it will be like. The fact is, however, if you ask 10 different women what it’s like to be pregnant you’re going to get 10 different answers. Each pregnancy is different, just like each woman is different. That said, there […]


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articleMorning Sickness: Outstaying its Welcome
Posted on December 26th, 2011 in the Shared Experiences Category

photo credit: mikemol Morning sickness isn’t fun. For most women, though, it ends by the time you hit your second trimester. For a very few, however, it can last all the way through your entire pregnancy. At first, morning sickness is a paradox. It’s early evidence and a constant reminder of the fact that you’re […]


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articleNatural Morning Sickness Remedies Gaining in Popularity
Posted on December 21st, 2011 in the Morning Sickness Remedies Category

photo credit: kendrickmartin Women have been using natural morning sickness remedies for centuries. In ages past, that was because we didn’t necessarily have access to modern medications. Today, however, women realize that those modern medications aren’t all they’re cracked up to be. After the thalidomide scare in the 50s and 60s, it’s no wonder more […]


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articleThe Genetic Connection
Posted on December 16th, 2011 in the Blog Posts,Morning Sickness News Category

photo credit: Ian Sane Many women – somewhere between 50 and 75 percent – have morning sickness. Sometimes it’s mild, sometimes it’s severe. For many women, it’s triggered by smells, but for others it’s not. For the most part, we’re not sure what causes it. There’s evidence to suggest that it’s changing hormone levels messing […]


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articleMorning Sickness Do’s and Don’ts
Posted on December 14th, 2011 in the About Morning Sickness,Articles Category

photo credit: DonkeyHotey You’re probably on this page because you’ve experienced some degree or another of morning sickness. The fact is that most women do. Researchers tell us that more than two thirds of women have morning sickness. Yours might be a mild queasy feeling or it might be full-blown nausea and vomiting, but chances […]


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articleMen and Morning Sickness
Posted on December 12th, 2011 in the Morning Sickness News Category

photo credit: jon smith. We’ve all heard about men having pregnancy symptoms alongside his partner. Usually, such discussion is the premise of a sitcom on television. Yet, believe it or not, there may be a built-in factor in men’s physiology that can create a number of pregnancy-like symptoms – including morning sickness – when a […]


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articleIs Morning Sickness Good for My Baby?
Posted on December 8th, 2011 in the Morning Sickness News Category

photo credit: jennzebel We all know that morning sickness is not the most fun part of pregnancy. But is it good for your baby? Research seems to indicate that it might actually be a positive sign. For a long time, it was widely believed that morning sickness was caused by a sort of competition between […]


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articleSymptoms which Accompany Morning Sickness
Posted on December 2nd, 2011 in the Morning Sickness News Category

photo credit: camerakarrie We all know and expect to deal with morning sickness during the first trimester. For many of us, those first couple bouts with nausea were our first clue we were carrying a baby. But what other symptoms can we expect while we’re wading through the next couple months of saltines and sudden […]


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