Could Morning Sickness be a Sign of a Healthy Baby?

July 30th, 2007

Morning sickness is a condition that affects at least fifty percent of all pregnant women. It usually begins with a nauseated feeling and can be accompanied by vomiting. Morning sickness generally begins around the sixth week of pregnancy, and is often most bothersome around the fifth to seventh week. Morning sickness will often last through the fourteenth or sixteenth week of pregnancy and then abruptly end, however it can continue throughout the entire pregnancy. Although morning sickness is far from being a pleasant experience for most new moms, there is a medical theory that maintains that morning sickness could be a sign of a healthy baby.

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By: Debby Hoffer

Entry Filed under: Pregnancy

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