75% of prenant women get morning sickness during early pregnancy.
Approximately 75% of pregnant women experience some morning sickness during early pregnancy.
Yes, approximately 25% of pregnant women never have morning sickness and that is normal for them during that pregnancy. Each pregnancy can be different.
There is no specific illness you get before you are pregnant. During pregnancy you can get morning sickness, vomiting. Some get Diabetes.
It's different for many women, but typically women get morning sickness during the first trimester of pregnancy.
As early as 2 to 3 weeks after you become pregnant.
Fever is not a normal symptom of morning sickness and is not normal during pregnancy, so it is good to always check with your doctor if you have a fever while pregnant.
Yes. Morning sickness (the usual cause of vomiting during pregnancy) is usual in most pregnant women, although a lucky few may never experience morning sickness. Courtesy of Duke_Rollter, question answerer extraordinaire
The cause of morning sickness is not completely understood but it is thought to be caused by hormones.
Its all worth it in the end.
Many women are sick during pregnancy - if you are lucky you won't suffer from morning sickness.