Morning Sickness

Can you have morning sickness in the middle of the night...like at 3 am?

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2010-09-08 07:07:32
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Oh yeah. You can have morning sickness anytime of day. I have no idea why they call it MORNING sickness it should be pregnancy sickness. I'm 5 weeks preg on my 2nd child and I am nauseous all day everyday. But every single night I start feeling really sick around 2am and vomit by 3-330 every night like clock work. It was not this bad my 1st pregnancy. Some say it gets better some say it lasts the whole pregnancy. If it gets to bad tell ur doc they have meds to help it. I think I am going to. Good luck and hang in there.

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