Morning Sickness Relief

April 19th, 2007

It can strike at any time, day or night. For the lucky, it’s a mild irritation. For the rest of us gals, it brings us to our knees. It’s the first foe we face in pregnancy, morning sickness.
Most doctors (but no mothers) see morning sickness as a good thing. It is caused by an increase in estrogen and other hormonal changes that are present in a healthy pregnancy. For some women these changes cause nausea and vomiting. Morning sickness usually lasts from about the 6th to 12th week of pregnancy, but for some can go on longer.
Though there are some medications your doctor can prescribe for morning sickness, most recommend using natural remedies because your baby is very vulnerable during the first trimester.

Use this article and our other helpful articles on morning sickness and pregnancy questions at childnparent.com.
By: Megan Wallgren

Entry Filed under: Pregnancy

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