Morning Sickness

Can you get the morning sickness later in the day?

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2008-05-01 18:54:27
2008-05-01 18:54:27

It can happen at any time of day. Morning just seems to be the most common time.

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Morning sickness is a strange name for it, because it can happen at any time of the day.


Yes, Morning sickness can occur any time of the day. It is just called morning sickness, because most women generally get it in the morning.



Morning sickness could be nausea, stomach pain, sore breast, fatigue and others. It also can take place anytime of day, not just the morning.


A lot of women do experience morning sickness which is basically feeling nauseated. Don't let the name fool you its not just in the morning, it can happen anytime of the day.


Absolutely. As a currently pregnant female, I can feel nauseous the whole day and not vomit once, or feel fine all day and randomly vomit. It is still morning sickness.


I did. Most women start getting morning sickness around 5-6 weeks. I had it every day after the 5-week mark.


No! Morning sickness does NOT always occur in the morning. A male named it that, probably after observing that a pregnant woman tends to have more nausea or illness after waking up. This is most likely because there is nothing in her stomach. So, although morning sickness CAN occur in the morning, it is also likely that it will occur throughout the day.


No. It is a noun for a time of day. It can be used as a noun adjunct with other nouns (morning fog, morning sickness) but it is not an adjective.


yes, I had it with my first and now my second. It isn't a common form of morning sickness but yes it is a form of morning sickness.


There are lots of things to help ease morning sickness, such as preggy pops, sea bands, morning sickness cd's. http://am-i-pregnant.org.uk/ has lots of information about morning sickness and pregnancy.


It might. Some women have morning sickness all the way through their pregnancy


Not everyone gets morning sickness. If you do, it's not necessarily in the morning, either. (I had morning sickness with one child, but not the other. Both are boys.)


women get morning sickness because there hormones are changing.


Yes. Morning sickness is common at the beginning of pregnancy.


yes it is a form of morning sickness, not a common form in the 'pregnancy books and what doctors say' but yes it is a form of morning sickness. I had it with my first.


If you are pregnant but do not have morning sickness that is fine. Some women suffer from morning sickness when they are pregnant while others never experience it.


Some people will wake up in the morning, and due to the fact that there is nothing on there stomach, or because of anxiety about the day ahead of them, can feel a bit nauseous. However, it is NOT the same feeling as a pregnant woman's morning sickness.


You can start having morning sickness the day after you are pregnant.


yes, just because you did not have morning sickness with your first child doesnt mean you wont get it with your second your doctor should be able to give you something to help with the morning sickness that is not harmful to the baby my friend has to take it because she gets morning sickness really bad


it could mean morning sickness which occurs during pregnancy morning sickness ocurs aroun6 to 8 weeks after conception, you can get morning sickness all through ou the day and it can consist of throwing up our not


No,morning sickness is not contagious you get it if you are pregnant you dont catch it


The color of morning sickness depends upon what you ate prior to vomiting.


Possibly in the morning?


why yes they do. they will probably have morning sickness about the 40day in their pregnancy , the sickness will last about 2 to 3 days max.



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