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Is morning sickness the same every day?

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2005-09-12 13:04:38
2005-09-12 13:04:38

first of all, morning sickness is a little misleading. it doesn't always happen in the morning. and it is not the same every single day. sometimes you will feel nausious without puking, and other times you will puke. sometimes, something like a smell, or seeing a certain food, or taking even a drink of something, will cause you to feel nausious.

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