MORNING SICKNESS

MORNING SICKNESS

The term “Morning Sickness” can be very misleading to first time mothers. From its name you would think it would be strictly morning, yet “Morning Sickness” occurs anytime throughout the day. Every woman is different, so of course some mother’s only experience it during the morning, but not commonly is that the case.

The medical name for this condition is “Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy”, and it is a condition that usually occurs all throughout the day. As stated earlier the levels of difficulty or intensity vary. 75% of women experience nausea and/or vomiting during their first trimester, with only 50% only experiencing vomiting.

This condition has the ability not only to cause dizziness, uneasiness, but also causes extreme fatigue that can cause a mother to feel beyond miserable. They are many alternatives for this condition including a great option here at Sweetie Pie.

Whether you are like most mothers experiencing morning sickness within your first 4 to 6 weeks of pregnancy, or a rare case having the condition all the way throughout your third trimester it will leave you not feeling too excited for what is to come.

But rest assure, there is good news! The nausea and vomiting will not affect your baby even if you don’t pick up any pounds during your 1st trimester.  In fact, some women with perfectly fine births, experience little to no nausea.

Pain is not the game with pregnancy and morning sickness, just because you aren’t experiencing pain during your first trimester, don’t panic. You should only begin to worry in the situation of the nausea and vomiting causes you to not be able to eat and get the nutrients you need. Because that will turn translate as a direct result of the baby’s health.

If you’re nervous or just have further questions try reaching out to your doctor or midwife. And if you’re just looking for relief from your nausea there are many alternatives. Including some here on our website; we hope this article has helped you understand a bit more about this thing we call “morning sickness”.

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