What is Morning Sickness?
Morning sickness is nausea and vomiting during pregnancy, which often occurs in the morning. Nausea tends to peak when the stomach is empty, so doctors usually advise sufferers to eat frequent small meals. Morning sickness is extremely common. It occurs in about half of all pregnant women. Morning sickness usually begins during the first month of pregnancy.
How long does Morning Sickness last?
Morning Sickness usually continues until the third or fourth month of pregnancy. BUT, queasiness or mild nausea can come and go throughout pregnancy. It is often triggered by certain smells.
What causes Morning Sickness?
The exact cause of morning sickness is unknown. However, researchers believe that it may be caused by either hormonal changes or lower blood sugar during early pregnancy.
my Morning Sickness affect the baby?
Some tips to minimize nausea are:
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