In early pregnancy it is possible, but it would not be a real common thing. But every woman is different, as are her pregnancies. It might be a one day thing if your body has just detected you are pregnant and are producing high or fluctuating levels of HCG (human chorionic gonadotopin), which is a pregnancy hormone that is believed to be one of the main causes of morning sickness. Sometimes morning sickness will come only once or twice, then nothing for a few weeks, but then it really kicks in. Like the calm before the storm, so to speak.
With my first pregnancy I had exactly two little waves of nausea a few days apart during the third or fourth week. That was it!
Why not just take a home pregnancy test and get it over with so you will know whether to watch for more symptoms or not? Some people experience no morning sickness ever. if you really feel that you are having morning sickness, then just take a test and find out for sure if you are pregnant and that could be what is causing your symptoms.
Take a test. Not everyone gets morning sickness.
No, you can get morning sickness when expecting a boy or a girl. It is a myth that you only experience it with one or the other. It's the hormones that are released during pregnancy that cause morning sickness, and these are the same when the baby is a boy and when the baby is a girl
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.)
Eating crackers is one remedy for morning sickness. Eating small meals all day long is another way to keep from getting sick.
I had morning sickness with both my kids! One of each for me and maybe one on the way!
Morning sickness is usually one of the signs and symptoms of pregnancy. The consequences is usually the lack of appetite.
Getting sick during Pregnancy is usually called Morning Sickness. Morning Sickness is one of many thing that can come with being pregnant and not everyone gets morning sickness when they are pregnant.
Nearly all women experience morning sickness to one extent or another, however, it is possible to be pregnant and not have morning sickness. It is recommended that women who think they are pregnant take a pregnancy test to find out for sure.
When does morning sickness start? Nausea and vomiting that happen during pregnancy in the first trimester, often called as "morning sickness". In most women, symptoms of morning sickness start in 5th to 6th week of pregnancy. When does morning sickness end? These symptoms are mild and go away after the 12 to 14 weeks. Symptoms include nausea or feeling sick, as well as actually being sick. Morning sickness can occur at any time of the day though it occurs most often in the morning because blood sugar levels are low after a night without food. Hormonal changes in the first three months are probably one cause. It can be one of the most tiring problems in early pregnancy. Source - e-pregnant.com/symptoms/when-does-morning-sickness-start-end/
== == It is true that if you have had morning sickness with prior pregnancies you are more likely to have it again in subsequent pregnancies, but it doesn't have to follow that pattern. Every pregnancy is different and has different symptoms. Be glad you don't have to deal with the Morning Sickness this time!
Each pregnancy is different there is nothing uncommon with this.
No. There is no relation between the fetus's gender and how severe the morning sickness is or if you even have one. It's a old wives tale.
About one third of women have morning sickness, about one third have it at another time of day and a lucky third don't have it at all. My fiirst pregnancy I had evening nausea (never puked) but second time around I was fine. If you don't have it by 7 weeks you are probably one of the lucky third.
Morning sickness starts between the 4th and 6th week of pregnancy, not everyone suffers from it though, http://am-i-pregnant.org.uk/ has lots of useful pregnancy information.
Yes. Morning Sickness is one of the first symptoms
A wonderful and highly informative must-have for morning sickness is the book entitled "What to Expect when Your Expecting." This book has a plethora of information for all topics and symptoms experienced during pregnancy. The expecting mothers OB/GYN will also have insight and reading material for morning sickness available in the office.
One of the more well known cures for morning sickness at any stage of pregnancy is to eat saltine crackers or toast before getting up and starting your day. It has also been said that it is a good idea to avoid foods that are strong or offensive in odor.
Flu symptoms can last for only a day but you body would still be recovering the next day but you would be able to go to work. You can have the flu for only one day. This is how I am because I have a really good immune system.
it all depends. this is my 2nd pregnancy, and I just started to show at 17 weeks. i have had alot of morning sickness and only have gained 4 lbs. My first one, I had gained 25 lbs at this time and wasn't only getting fat, but was showing more. But I had no sickness and was a glutten.
Most pregnant women will suffer through a bout of morning sickness. Some women will not get it as often while others can have it through many months of their pregnancy. It is the most common to get it during the early part of pregnancy.A lot of women find out that they are pregnant by starting to have morning sickness. It has been known to start as early as the fourth week of pregnancy, but more commonly starts during the sixth week. The worst sickness happens mainly in the next four to six weeks. The majority of the women will be finishing with morning sickness before the fourth month, however some will continue on longer. There are a few women who will suffer with this all the way through the pregnancy.Even though it’s called morning sickness because it mainly happens after waking up in the morning, it can still last the entire day. There are several theories on what causes morning sickness, but no one knows exactly what causes it. One of those reasons is the rapid rise of hormones, especially estrogen, in early pregnancy. However, this doesn’t explain why some women will continue to have morning sickness even longer. Another theory is that in early pregnancy the woman has a very strong sense of smell and food or fragrance smells can overwhelm her.Other interesting ideas that may explain morning sickness are women that get migraine headaches, suffer from motion sickness, have a mother or other family members who have had it and even some say it’s because they are carrying a girl.A morning sickness problem can easily keep the woman from eating properly. She should be taking a prenatal vitamin with low iron or no iron. Iron can only add to the nausea. The vitamin will replace the nutrients that are being lost by not eating right and vomiting. These vitamins are best taken with food or right before bedtime.Some women will eat smaller, but more frequent meals throughout the day. Snacking on something bland like crackers can also help settle the stomach. Sipping cold, carbonated drinks in between the meals will also help.If the morning sickness does become too severe, see the physician and find out if there are other options to try.
its a bad sickness only one person dies from it
can I take one morning after pill only and not be pregnant
No, not every woman will experience morning sickness during pregnancy. About 75% of pregnant women have morning sickness at sometime during their pregnancy. The good thing is, obviously, you won't be sick. The bad thing is that it may be harder for you to notice your symptoms of pregnancy if you are not planning it.Here is advice and input:I'm pregnant and besides getting violently ill once for a few minutes, I have not been sick. My first doctor's visit will be next week. And, I hope eveything' is fine.Some people don't get morning sickness at all. I know people who don't. Those people are extremely lucky.Not everyone has specific pregnancy symptoms. Morning sickness is a common one that many women experience.No. It is a very common condition for women who are pregnant, but some don't even experience "morning sickness". Some women have it early in the pregnancy, for others it is late or in the middle, and in a few women it lasts the entire 9 months. I, however, am one of the lucky ones, I am 14 weeks pregnant with no morning sickness at all.At least one fourth of all pregnancies do not involve morning sickness. Approximately 50 to 75 % of pregnant women experience a period in early pregnancy with nausea, and about 30% also experience vomiting.Some studies have shown that you are more likely to have morning sickness if:You have a history of migraines.You had nausea and vomiting in a prior pregnancy.You have a medical history of negative side effects of nausea and vomiting from trying birth control pills. Some women have this response to higher estrogen levels.You tend to have motion sickness.If your mother or sisters have had morning sickness, there are studies to suggest that there is higher chance you will, due to a genetic predisposition.One study found that you are 50% more likely to have morning sickness with severe nausea and vomiting if your baby is a girl.You have twins or other multiples. There are higher levels of pregnancy hormones in your system when carrying twins, which also can make it so the symptoms are worse than average in some women. But it is not universal, some mothers of twins have no nausea or vomiting at all.Everyone is different. Some people don't experience sickness at all. Some people do all day, everyday. Some people only every once in a while. In fact some people have no symptoms at all.Of course every woman is different, some may experience no morning sickness at all, whereas others will experience it all the way through their pregnancy.
Women experience different degrees of morning sickness regardless of the sex of the fetus, each woman is different and each pregnancy is different.And, it has long been considered an old wives' tale that the sex of the fetus made a difference in the frequency and severity of morning sickness and that you could predict when you had worse symptoms that you were carrying a girl.But now, one study has reported they found that women with severe nausea and vomiting were 50% more likely to be carrying a girl. (However, this was only one study.)Additional information:A pregnancy with multiple fetuses (i.e., twins, triplets, etc.) will have increased severity of morning sickness.Morning sickness is a response to the increased levels of hormones produced initially by the ovaries, and then by the placenta.Anecdotal account from a contributor:Yes, the fetus could be of either sex. I was severely sick my entire pregnancy. I had to take a prescription medication because I was vomiting so much. I had a boy.
no i thought it lasts for one whole day.