Morning sickness

Many women feel sick or throw up (vomit) during pregnancy. Although itís called "morning sicknessí, it can happen at any time of the day. Itís usually worse during the first 3 months of pregnancy. Some pregnant women experience ...1

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Causes of Morning sickness

Many women have some nausea or vomiting, or "morning sickness," particularly during the first 3 months of pregnancy. The cause of nausea and vomiting during pregnancy is believed to be rapidly rising blood levels of a hormone called HCG (human ...2

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Causes List for Morning sickness

Some possible causes of Morning sickness or similar disorders may include:3

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Types of Morning sickness

Types may include:4

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Risk Factors for Morning sickness

Risk factors for morning sickness It's thought hormonal changes in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy are probably one of the causes of morning sickness. But you may be more at risk of it if:

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Treatments: Morning sickness

The food cravings and nausea that some women experience while pregnant can often be relieved by eating small amounts of low fat and low sugar foods often. Sugary snacks eaten often can cause tooth decay. ...Source: Queensland Health5 ...

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Research for Morning sickness

Pregnant and Sick in the Morning? This might be a good sign! During the first few months of pregnancy, many women have "morning sickness." This nausea and vomiting may be positive news. A recent NIH study links morning sickness to ...6

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References

  1. Source: New Zealand Health: health.govt.nz/ your-health/ pregnancy-and-kids/ pregnancy/ helpful-advice-during-pregnancy/ morning-sickness
  2. Source: CDC: cdc.gov/ reproductivehealth/ maternalinfanthealth/ pregcomplications.htm
  3. Source: Algorithmically Generated List
  4. Source: MeSH (U.S. National Library of Medicine)
  5. Source: Queensland Health: conditions.health.qld.gov.au/ HealthCondition/ condition/ 18/ 156/ 427/ keeping-teeth-and-gums-healthy-during-pregnan
  6. Source: MedLinePlus Magazine (NIH): medlineplus.gov/ magazine/ issues/ winter17/ articles/ winter17pg28.html

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