About Morning Sickness

When Morning Sickness Becomes a Problem

Posted on May 2, 2012 | 1 comment

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 […]

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Will Stopping the Birth Control Pill Cause Morning Sickness?

Posted on April 29, 2012 | No comments

  Some women become nauseous when they use birth control pills. Estrogen, which is one of the hormones in the pill, can cause the lining of some women’s stomachs to be irritated. This, then, makes them nauseous. Stopping the pill can also make you nauseous. The dropping of those hormone levels can create extra stomach […]

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Morning Sickness for Beginners

Posted on April 25, 2012 | No comments

Roughly 75% of pregnant women suffer from some degree of morning sickness at some point during their pregnancy. Usually, the worst of it sets in during the first trimester, and the symptoms go away during the second trimester. If you’re the lucky one in four who doesn’t have any symptoms of morning sickness, congratulations. For […]

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What Morning Sickness is Like for Your Baby

Posted on April 23, 2012 | No comments

Chances are that you already know what the first trimester is like for yourself. You’re already experiencing all of the excitement and trepidation of realizing you are going to have a baby coupled with some of the less pleasant side effects like morning sickness. But have you ever wondered what this wonderful time is like […]

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Eating a Healthy Diet Despite Morning Sickness

Posted on April 9, 2012 | No comments

When you’re dealing with morning sickness, it can be difficult to focus on eating a healthy, balanced diet. At ties, you’ll find yourself just wishing you could keep anything down. The worse your morning sickness is, though, the more important it is to make sure that you are eating a balanced diet. You will want […]

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Wearing Perfume During Pregnancy

Posted on April 2, 2012 | No comments

  While a pregnant woman may have a natural beauty that’s all her own, being pregnant doesn’t mean you have to leave off your beautifying routines. While there may be some sorts of makeup or other beauty accessories that are questionable during pregnancy, the fact of the matter is that most perfumes, for example, are […]

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Morning Sickness Later in Pregnancy

Posted on February 14, 2012 | No comments

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 […]

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How Long Will My Morning Sickness Last?

Posted on February 7, 2012 | No comments

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 […]

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Morning Sickness Do’s and Don’ts

Posted on December 14, 2011 | No comments

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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Birth Defects and Morning Sickness Medication

Posted on November 9, 2011 | No comments

Most of us having babies in this century have never heard of thalidomide. But during the late 19500s and 1960s, it created quite a stir. Thalidomide was a drug commonly used in Europe at that time for morning sickness. It was never approved for use is the United States. And the birth defects which were […]

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