Introduction: Morning sickness
Morning sickness: Pregnancy-related nausea or vomiting, usually in mornings.
Morning sickness: Morning sickness and nausea are common to about 70% of pregnant women. Most nausea occurs during the early part of pregnancy and, in most cases, will subside once you enter the second trimester. The changes in your body might cause you to become nauseous or sick when you smell or eat certain things, when you are tired or stressed, or for no apparent reason at all. For some women, it might last longer than the early stages of pregnancy or even throughout the entire nine months.1
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1. excerpt from Pregnancy and Nutrition: NWHIC
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