This is quite normal and consider yourself lucky! Some women can have morning sickness (or even be sick at different times of the day) right through their pregnancy. One of my girlfriends got sick on the dot of 6 PM just when she was sitting down for dinner. This continued through her whole pregnancy. She was just fine and had a healthy baby boy. Don't worry, you're OK. Just keep those appointments with your doctor and if you have any questions write them down and ask your doctor to clarify any fears you may have. Congratulations!
it could mean morning sickness which occurs during pregnancy morning sickness ocurs aroun6 to 8 weeks after conception, you can get morning sickness all through ou the day and it can consist of throwing up our not
What do you Mean? The first few weeks? You can but usually eating is not top on the list with morning sickness.
You're extremely lucky! lol Not all women experience morning sickness x
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
probably morning sickness, or of you are a woman, pregnancy
No, it probably means that you are about to have your period. Typically, the first sign of pregnancy is morning sickness, although you might miss your period before you have morning sickness.
No..it just means that you are pregnant.
Hello. Pregnancy is not a sickness hun. I'm not sure what you mean by sickness however. But being sick during pregnancy is called morning sickness. If you think you are pregnant then do a pregnancy test.
If you mean the color of the vomit, it can be, it depends on what the woman ate. Additionally, not all women with morning sickness vomit- some may just have a terrible feeling of nausea that subsides on its own.
NO... it just means you are extremely lucky... some ppl dont get morning sickness nand some ppl do. All morning sickness is is how your body reacts to the hormones.
Not sure quite what you mean as nausea IS the desire to vomit, but morning sickness CAN feel like that, or tiredness or maybe nausea at any time of day, or nothing at all.
Might be Morning sickness, but I don't know all of your symptoms.
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It could be called "Sympathy morning sickness". The pregnancy can be a stressful time for the father-to-be. Stress can manifest in many ways, nausea is one. On the other hand, nausea can also be a symptom of other disease, and the timing is co-incidence.
Just like every woman's body is different, the pregnancy symptoms they experience and the morning sickness they experience is also different for each woman. Some women find that morning sickness goes away after eating something, some find that it gets worse. Some women find that certain foods make them feel worse, and others find that certain foods make them feel better. So yes, morning sickness can occur right after you eat something, but that doesn't necessarily mean that it will occur then.
Don't worry, if your Sim is pregnant and is being sick, it simply has morning sickness.
It couls mean many things. You may be sick, have eaten something bad, or ate food that did not sit well with you. Also,some people get motion sickness in cars, planes, buses, trains, and roller coasters. Pregnant women may experience morning sickness.
Absolutely not. Different women handle their pregnancies in different ways, and not all women get morning sickness. Some women just don't get it in the first trimester. If you are unsure whether you are pregnant or not, either see your doctor or buy an over the counter pregnancy test from your local pharmacy.
morning sickness is a symptom of pregnancy, but it would be good to check this theory with a pregnancy test
It probably just means that your hormone levels have gone down. If you're really worried, go and check with your doctor/midwife
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It is most likely just the normal symptoms of early pregnancy. Women often have nausea and vomiting at other times of the day than morning when pregnant. You should always have prenatal doctor check ups and this is something to discuss openly with your obstetrician. See the related questions for help on how to prevent morning sickness and see if it doesn't help in the mean time.
The ancient Romans called epilepsy the "falling sickness".
High HCG levels can indicate multiples, but cannot guarantee them. Your levels are midrange for 5 weeks, mine were 7200 at 5 weeks on the nose, which is high, but normal. Ultrasound is the only way to find out for sure. If you have a "feeling" or are experiencing intense morning sickness, it is said this can be a sign towards multiples as well.