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Is it possible that you will feel the morning sickness in second trimester?

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Yes. Morning sickness can happen all hours of the day or night, and at all times throughout your pregnancy. And it can be different during each subsequent pregnancy.

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Morning sickness really starts during first trimester but it will subside if the hormones progesterone comes down in the second trimester.


You typically get morning sickness because your body is adjusting to the rising hormones. Once your hormones stabilize, around the second trimester, your body get used to them and your morning sickness fades.


Big "yes" on that- I was fine until week 12.


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 could be a couple of reasons for this: # Some women are fortunate enough to not experience much morning sickness, if any at all. # Week 12 is the last week of your first trimester. Most pregnancy symptoms (or at least the morning sickness, tender breasts) tend to fade after the first trimester. So if you at one point had morning sickness and now you do not, it could just be that you are starting to go into your second trimester. As long as ALL of your pregnancy signs do not start fading and you do no start bleeding or cramping, I think you will be okay. But be sure to call your doctor if you do start to bleed or cramp.


Some people gain no weight during the first trimester, particularly if they have morning sickness. Other people gain a small amount, particularly towards the end of the first trimester. The most weight is gained during the second trimester though.


Yes, you don't necessarily have it every day, or even in the morning, many women don't have it at all some, have it in the evening and some allday. It usually goes in the second trimester.


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


Unfortunately vomiting during the first trimester of pregnancy is not uncommon, it is just part of the morning sickness. But don't worry, after you reach your second trimester things will get better for you. If you are throwing up every day after 2 months, you might ask your doctor if he/she can prescribe you some medication to help with this!


Yes it is possible. Some women are fortunate enough never to get morning sickness, but most do. Some for awhile (first few months) and some all through their pregnancy. I had a girlfriend that got sick right on the dot of 6 PM when she was sitting down to dinner. This happened right through her 9 months of pregnancy. When she had her second child she just had morning sickness for a few weeks and was fine after that.


Yes, it is possible, but it is not recommended and it is not healthy to gain that much weight during the first trimester. Most of your pregnancy weight gain should happen during the second trimester.


I'm pregnant for my second time, crackers and sprite always helped me. :)


The second trimester begins on the fourth month.


13 to 26 weeks is considered your second trimester! 13 to 26 weeks is considered your second trimester!


There is also 12 weeks in the second trimester


You are healthy in your second trimester of pregnancy if the baby is growing right.You are healthy in your second trimester of pregnancy if the baby is growing right.You are healthy in your second trimester of pregnancy if the baby is growing right.You are healthy in your second trimester of pregnancy if the baby is growing right.


The second trimester is 14 weeks. It lasts from 13-27 weeks of pregnancy. It is the longest trimester of pregnancy.


Particularly during the first trimester when you are nauseous it is quite common to lose a couple of pounds. I had evening sickness rather than morning sickness, so dinner would be put on the table and I couldn't eat it. My husband gained 5 pounds and I lost 5 pounds in the first 3 months. In the second and third trimester most women put on weight. If you are losing weight for no apparent reason do speak to your doctor as this is NOT normal.


First trimester is the beginning when the developing embryo becomes implanted into the endometrial lining of a woman's uterus. Morning sickness can occur in about seventy percent of all pregnant women and typically improves after the first trimester. Months 4 through 6 of the pregnancy are called the second trimester. Most women feel more energized in this period, and begin to seriously put on weight as the symptoms of morning sickness subside and eventually fade away. Final weight gain takes place in the third trimester, which is the most weight gain throughout the pregnancy. The fetus will be growing the most rapidly during this stage, gaining up to 28g per day. The woman's belly will transform in shape as the belly drops due the the fetus turning in a downward position ready for birth.



You start to show in your second trimester, usually around the fifth month unless you have had many children.


All pregnancy's are different, but if you are on to get morning sickness usually around your second month.


In the beginning of your second trimester, you will barely show. By the end, you will be showing more.


Yes, you can take penicillin for syphilis in your second trimester. Treatment is important.


Trimester means three months, so ...



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