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Are regular stomach cramps in the morning the same as morning sickness during pregnancy?
Well usually, the cramps will feel like period cramps, but it will be in your uterus. If you feel nauseated or queasy, just sick to your stomach, that's morning sickness. Kinda feels like the flu. Some women throw up with it, but not all women. I have 3 children and I haven't thrown up with either one. I just always felt like I had a stomach flu. And it doesn't have to be just in the morning. It can be anytime of day. But if your cramps are in the stomach part, and not the uterus, and it feels flu like, it may be morning sickness. I think it is unlikely to be morning sickness if you are just having cramps in the absence of any other symptoms like nausea vomiting or food aversion. the bowel slows down when you are pregnant to increase absorption of essential nutrients - sometimes this causes constipation and irritable bowel type symptoms. Some cramping in early pregnancy is normal but I would get it checked out to be sure
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There is a great product out there called Gingera. It's an all natural antacid that tastes like a mild ginger ale. It contains pure ginger and not only helps nausea but helps …relieve upset stomachs, heartburn, and indigestion. Or, you could use the relatively inexpensive antacids like Tums that have calcium which is also a good supplement when pregnant anyway.
I'm not saying this is your case but a I have a family member who gets sick mainly every morning we took dairy away and hes been fine.We assume it is the milk.Just try taking …foods and stuff out of your diet and see were that gets you. Hope this helped
It could be called "Sympathy morning sickness". The pregnancy can be a stressful time for the father-to-be. Stress can manifest in many ways, nausea is one. On the… other hand, nausea can also be a symptom of other disease, and the timing is co-incidence.
I am 8 weeks today and I haven't had any morning sickness at all. My doctor says I am just one of the lucky ones. I have been worried myself about it from the start, but I hav…e talked to pleanty of women who never got sick either. I hope it stays this way because you can have sickness any time during pregnancy not just the first three months.
Usually, round 14 weeks. For an unfortunate few, it persists. It can be awful, I know. Hang in there! Make sure you drink fluids and eat what you can face. Wish yo…u better soon!
Pretty miserable!! your doctor will prescribe some medication to help you get over it
Its all worth it in the end.
As early as 2 to 3 weeks after you become pregnant.
The cause of morning sickness is not completely understood but it is thought to be caused by hormones.
no. each pregnancy is different, even for the same woman. some have the common symptoms, some have little to no symptoms and some have uncommon symptoms
No,some women never have it.Some have it for a few weeks while others have it their whole pregnancy. And all of them are normal. Every woman is different and every pregnancy i…s different.
Usually at around 12-16 weeks. Some women then experience it towards the end of pregnancy, but this is then more typically caused by the baby pressing on the stomach. However,… just as every woman is different, every woman's pregnancy symptoms are also different. While some women never get morning sickness, others will find that theirs finishes at around 12 weeks, others not until 24 weeks and others have it for the whole pregnancy! Answer: Morning sickness, if you get it at all, usually lasts until the second trimester. Not to say that a few times in the second trimester is abnormal. A few women have morning sickness later in their pregnancy, though. For the majority of women it stops around the 12th week, but for many women it continues until the 14th to 16th week. About half of the women feel complete relief by 14 weeks. For the rest, it may take one more month or so for it to stop. It can return later, and for some unlucky women it can come and go throughout the entire pregnancy. There is not a set time for it to stop because each woman is different, and each pregnancy is different. If nausea and vomiting persists well into the second trimester (after the 13th week) you should contact your doctor just to be on the safe side. It is not harmful to you or your baby unless you have excessive vomiting and can't keep anything down. If you have severe morning sickness, talk to your health care professional who can determine if you will need a prescription medication. The medication worked for me, but is different for every woman. Do not take over the counter medications without checking with your medical professional first. Should you be unable to eat or drink fluids and keep it down for 24 hours straight, you may have something called hyperemesis gravidarum. This condition can be harmful to both you and your baby, so you should contact your doctor right away, if these more severe symptoms occur, to see if you need any special treatment. More information: * Everyone is different when it comes to the lovely symptoms and side effects of pregnancy. My morning sickness went away as soon as I hit my 4th month, like someone hit the off switch, while other women have it all the way through their pregnancy. Try eating a piece of dry toast or some crackers to settle your stomach, things will get better. Congratulations and enjoy being pregnant, it can be one of the best times in your life. * Each pregnancy is different, some will not have morning sickness at all, some will have it the whole nine months. If you are lucky, it should start to get better by your 13th week. * It all depends on the person. With my first child I was sick the whole pregnancy. I lost 30 lbs. With my second child I lost 20 lbs but was only sick until the middle of the second trimester (unless I didn't eat first thing in the morning). For my last child I was only a little nauseated. * Normal morning sickness peaks around weeks 8-10 and feels much better by week 12 and is gone completely by week 16.
No. Some women have it right from around 2 weeks after sex, some women have it all the way through pregnancy, some women only have it for a couple of weeks, some women don't e…xperience it until the end of pregnancy and some women never get it. Just like every woman's body is different, the pregnancy symptoms they experience are also different and so some women never get morning sickness
Generally speaking you want to opt for dry solid foods such as drytoast and crackers. Drink peppermint or ginger tea to settle yourstomach too. Everyone finds different things… work for them, justuse common sense (e.g. no scoffing a hot Indian curry) and listento your body.
Yes, they do. about two week's into tihere gestation period for about one week.
Drinking things such as 7 up , sprite and sometimes water , and eat foods like bread and cheesee
Every pregnancy and woman is different. Some have it every day in the first trimester and others don't have it at all.