Morning sickness will feel different for everyone, but the feeling of nausea is common. A pregnant woman may have intense instances of vomiting, occassional nausea, or uncomfortable queasiness. Headaches, fatigue and dizziness are common, as is an aversive sensitivity to particular smells.
I think I'm pregnant and it feels like you stomach is twisting uncontrolably like your on a roller coaster and then you feel the urge to be sick.
Some women do get morning sickness but being sick to the stomach is not a great indication...get a test.
Well usually, the cramps will feel like period cramps, but it will be in your uterus. If you feel nauseated or queasy, just sick to your stomach, that's morning sickness. Kinda feels like the flu. Some women throw up with it, but not all women. I have 3 children and I haven't thrown up with either one. I just always felt like I had a stomach flu. And it doesn't have to be just in the morning. It can be anytime of day. But if your cramps are in the stomach part, and not the uterus, and it feels flu like, it may be morning sickness. I think it is unlikely to be morning sickness if you are just having cramps in the absence of any other symptoms like nausea vomiting or food aversion. the bowel slows down when you are pregnant to increase absorption of essential nutrients - sometimes this causes constipation and irritable bowel type symptoms. Some cramping in early pregnancy is normal but I would get it checked out to be sure
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.
when you have what they called morning sickness (feels like blowing/vomitting early in the morning), when you crave for something you dont know like food.
You might feel slightly queasy or actually vomit. The nausea and/or vomiting might occur at any time of the day and last an hour or the entire day. As well as feeling sick you might notice that your sense of smell has increased. This is thought to protect you from cosuming food that could be harmful to your baby.
It feels like you are going to puke and you want to eat but you know that you are'nt hungry and that if you eat that you will puke.
It could be just a common stomach ache caused by the stomach flu or eating something that your body did not agree with. Other illnesses it could be include morning sickness and stomach ulcers. If you feel concerned about this issue, you should visit your physician.
Your stomach really doesn't feel that much different the first week of pregnancy. You don't really start to feel something until 4-8 weeks of pregnancy. During this time, women sometimes feel period-like cramping when the embryo implants itself in the uterus. If you are prone to morning sickness, this is also when you will start to have nausea.
Nausea is when you feel sick or queasy in your upper stomach with an urge to vomit. Nausea is a feeling of sickness that makes you feel like you want to vomit.
There is nothing to worry about it is regulsr morning sickness
Many women experience "morning sickness" during the first trimester of their pregnancy and other women don't. However, women sometimes don't experience morning sickness until they are 6 weeks pregnant. If you do experience morning sickness you should have some relief by 14 weeks. Some women have a greater chance of having morning sickness - migraine sufferers, history of motion sickness, pregnant with multiples and if your family members experienced morning sickness. Consider yourself lucky if you are feeling well and don't worry about it! You won't be able to feel the baby move until 16 - 22 weeks even though the baby starts to move around week 7. You will be able to see the baby move when you get an ultrasound. The baby's movement feels like butterflies in your stomach and will get stronger as your pregnancy progresses.
yes that is possible depending if it your first pregnancy or some people don't really feel sick until the day the have to give birth happened to my friends girlfriend
at 3 weeks of pregnancy your stomache will feel normal. However, you may experience morning sickness throughout the day.
you have a sinus infection... or if your a chick and preggo, morning sickness, or your just on the way to getting a cold.
Drinking things such as 7 up , sprite and sometimes water , and eat foods like bread and cheesee
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.
Yes, but it could also be something else. Morning sickness can happen at anytime of the day or last all day. Or all 9 months.
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.
sickness is when you don't feel good like when you catch a cold
Could be something simple, such as hunger, anxiety, or gas; or it could be a stomach problem like acid reflux -there are numerous reasons. If it doesn't subside, see your doctor. If you were experiencing morning sickness due to pregnancy, you would probably be able to tell the difference- it is a very distinct type of nausea.
You might feel drowsy and lazy. You will get bad back aches and side cramps. You might feel very nauchous and ba headaches. You might feel like you need to throw up because of pain, headaches, stomach aches, or bad smells. You might also have morning sickness and your period will most likely be late or even skipped.
How does sperm feel when its inside you? well from my experience it will feel like little bubbles inside your stomach going up. then your stomach will get tight and it will feel like something dropped to the bottom of your stomach
Sometimes, it can feel like a cramp in the lower part of your stomach, And other times it can feel like a stomach ache!
== == That depends upon what you have eaten before. It will look the color of the food you ate when still undigested food in your stomach, or the ordinary color of emesis (vomit) after some digestion, but when your stomach is empty (like in the morning when you first wake up), it usually is a thin liquid that is yellowish in color.