Archive for February, 2012

articleMonth One Pregnancy Symptoms
Posted on February 29th, 2012 in the Blog Posts,Pregnancy Symptoms Category

photo credit: Nejflo So, you’re starting to experience some morning sickness, and you think you might be pregnant. You want to take a pregnancy test, but haven’t yet. Maybe you’re afraid of what it will say, or maybe you’re just not close enough to a 24-hour pharmacy to get a pregnancy test right now. Then […]

articleMorning Sickness Isn’t the Worst Pregnancy Symptom
Posted on February 20th, 2012 in the Blog Posts,Pregnancy Symptoms Category

photo credit: JC Essentials 😉 While women who struggle with constant nausea or even vomiting from morning sickness might think otherwise, there are worse pregnancy symptoms out there. Take, for example, the case of Jody Hagel in North Dakota. Jody, 18, has been braying like a donkey since just a few days after she got […]

article3 Myths about Pregnancy
Posted on February 17th, 2012 in the Blog Posts,Pregnancy Health Category

photo credit: Devilpato From the time you announce to your friends and family that you’re pregnant, everyone around you has some bit of advice. “Think of the baby, dear.” “Put down that coffee, dear.” “Make sure you don’t dye your hair, dear.” While these things are all just ways for friends and family to let […]

articleSevere Morning Sickness and Preterm Birth
Posted on February 15th, 2012 in the Blog Posts,Morning Sickness News Category

photo credit: j2dread For the most part, morning sickness doesn’t pose a threat to your pregnancy. Most women experience some morning sickness, and it’s rarely a problem. However, there are some instances in which morning sickness can be pretty severe; when that happens, there can be trouble. Link to preterm birth According to some recent […]

articleMorning Sickness Later in Pregnancy
Posted on February 14th, 2012 in the About Morning Sickness,Articles Category

More than two thirds of women will experience nausea and vomiting during the first trimester of pregnancy.  For the vast majority of these women, however, this nausea and vomiting, sometimes also referred to as “morning sickness,” will pass by the time the second trimester begins, never returning.  However, nausea and vomiting returning during the second […]

articleFive Surprising Pregnancy Facts
Posted on February 13th, 2012 in the Blog Posts,Shared Experiences Category

photo credit: Lorenzo Sernicola OK, so you’ve just recently discovered you’re pregnant. Maybe you’ve been queasy for the past week and it finally dawned on you that you should take a pregnancy test because it could be morning sickness. Or, maybe you’ve been trying to conceive for a while now, and just got the good […]

articleMore Morning Sickness and Pregnancy Myths Debunked
Posted on February 9th, 2012 in the Shared Experiences Category

photo credit: Instant Vantage There’s so much misinformation that tends to grow around pregnancy that it’s hard to know what is and isn’t true. It’s helpful to have reliable sources – like your doctor or midwife, and this website – to help you know what’s real and what’s not. Here are some of the most […]

articleHow Long Will My Morning Sickness Last?
Posted on February 7th, 2012 in the About Morning Sickness,Articles Category

For the most part, women stop experiencing morning sickness by the end of the first trimester of pregnancy. it usually starts around the 6th week of pregnancy, and lasts until about the 12th week. That being said, it’s certainly possible for you to experience morning sickness sooner than that. There are women who claim they […]

articleWhen Should I Start to Worry About My Morning Sickness?
Posted on February 5th, 2012 in the Blog Posts,Morning Sickness News Category

In most cases, morning sickness is a perfectly normal part of pregnancy. Beginning about the sixth week and lasting throughout the first trimester, most pregnant women experience symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to particular foods and smells. Often, these are the first signs of pregnancy. Morning sickness in and of itself is not […]

articleThe Early Pregnancy Danger of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Posted on February 3rd, 2012 in the Pregnancy Health Category

photo credit: elisa_piper That first trimester of pregnancy is marked by a number of conditions and risks, not the least of which is morning sickness. The fact is most women experience morning sickness from about week five or six of pregnancy until week 12 or so, toward the end of the first trimester. Interestingly enough, […]

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