Morning Sickness During Pregnancy

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Morning sickness is really common during pregnancy, which is thought to affect three in four mums-to-be.

On average morning sickness starts around the 6 week mark of being pregnant, but his varies from women to women.

While unpleasant to deal with, it won’t usually cause any issues for you or your baby and tends to clear up by 20 weeks.

However, in some rare cases, some women may develop a very severe condition called hyperemesis gravidarum, which causes intense nausea and vomiting.

If you’re looking for advice on managing morning sickness, or are worried about the intensity of your symptoms, speak to a doctor online today.

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What Causes Morning Sickness?

 

While there’s no clear cause for morning sickness, it’s thought that the hormonal changes  mums-to-be go through affect the digestive system.

Morning sickness also differs from case to case, with some women feeling a bit sick from time to time and others experiencing daily spells of vomiting.

 

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Treating Morning Sickness

While there’s no way to completely eliminate morning sickness, there’s a range of ways to reduce the severity of symptoms.

These include identifying and avoiding foods that trigger symptoms, eating earlier and eating little and often, rather than having big meals.

There’s also a bunch of home remedies that many expecting mums find useful, such as ginger, lemon and acupuncture.

If you’re concerned about morning sickness or are looking for expert advice on how to manage it, don’t delay, speak to a doctor today.

 

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