Morning sickness is nausea that occurs during pregnancy. Morning sickness affects a large proportion of pregnant women. It is most common during the first 3 months, but for some women morning sickness can last till the end of pregnancy.


Who is at risk?

  • It can affect anyone who's pregnant, but it might be more likely if:
  • ou are used to have nausea or vomiting from motion sickness, migraines, certain smells or tastes, or exposure to estrogen before pregnancy
  • You had morning sickness during a previous pregnancy
  • You're pregnant with twins or other multiples


How to manage morning sickness?

A medical treatment is usually not necessary for most cases of morning sickness.

If your morning sickness symptoms persist, however, your pregnancy care provider may prescribe a medication for you.

Some of the tips that might help you relieve morning sickness:

  • Choose foods carefully: select foods that are high in carbohydrates or protein, low in fat, and easy to digest.
  • Snack often
  • Drink plenty of fluids
  • Avoid foods or smells that make you feel sick
  • Breathe fresh air
  • Take care with prenatal vitamins
  • Get plenty of rest
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