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2012-09-13 23:38:03
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Morning sickness usually runs between the 6th and 12th weeks. And, it isn't necessarily in the morning


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Approximately 25% do not have the symptoms of morning sickness in pregnancy.

yes everyone has different symptoms and your lucky for not having morning sickness congrats

When does morning sickness start? Nausea and vomiting that happen during pregnancy in the first trimester, often called as "morning sickness". In most women, symptoms of morning sickness start in 5th to 6th week of pregnancy. When does morning sickness end? These symptoms are mild and go away after the 12 to 14 weeks. Symptoms include nausea or feeling sick, as well as actually being sick. Morning sickness can occur at any time of the day though it occurs most often in the morning because blood sugar levels are low after a night without food. Hormonal changes in the first three months are probably one cause. It can be one of the most tiring problems in early pregnancy. Source -

A late period and morning sickness.

You shouldn't. Most pregnancy "symptoms" such as morning sickness will fade after the first trimester.

Morning sickness is usually one of the signs and symptoms of pregnancy. The consequences is usually the lack of appetite.

No! Morning sickness does NOT always occur in the morning. A male named it that, probably after observing that a pregnant woman tends to have more nausea or illness after waking up. This is most likely because there is nothing in her stomach. So, although morning sickness CAN occur in the morning, it is also likely that it will occur throughout the day.

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Some women experience vomiting with pregnancy. That is a symptom of "morning sickness". But, some women experience no symptoms of morning sickness.

These symptoms can also occur around the time of menstruation

Yes, Morning sickness can occur any time of the day. It is just called morning sickness, because most women generally get it in the morning.

Yes. My first pregnancy I had no symptom other than I had no period. I had no morning sickness or anything. My other pregnancies I have had morning sickness.

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Well technically doctors consider the first week of pregnancy to be the week of your menstrual cycle, even though you are probably not pregnant yet! But pregnancy symptoms can occur ,which include morning sickness, as early as one to two weeks after conception.

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Yes. Morning Sickness is one of the first symptoms

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== == It is true that if you have had morning sickness with prior pregnancies you are more likely to have it again in subsequent pregnancies, but it doesn't have to follow that pattern. Every pregnancy is different and has different symptoms. Be glad you don't have to deal with the Morning Sickness this time!

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.

yes, hot flashes can be part of your pregnancy symptoms related to morning sickness, i had hot flashes and nausea with my last pregnancy when i was 42, doctor informed me that you can have hot flashes as part of symptoms of pregnancy.

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