Morning sicknessPregnancy - morning sickness; Prenatal care - morning sickness
The term "morning sickness" is used to describe nausea and vomiting during pregnancy. Some women also have the symptoms of dizziness and headaches.
Morning sickness occurs only in the morning.
Morning sickness is very common.
Having morning sickness after your first three months means that something is wrong.
Morning sickness will harm your baby.
If you have severe morning sickness with one pregnancy, you will have it with later pregnancies.
If you have severe morning sickness, you may be having twins or triplets.
Morning sickness can cause your body to not have as much water and fluids as it should.
Which if the following can make morning sickness worse?
Which if the following can help reduce nausea?
You should call your doctor if you notice which of the following symptoms:
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