Morning Sickness

Can you have morning sickness and not throw up?

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2011-08-29 18:26:42
2011-08-29 18:26:42

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.

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