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November 2, 2017
You have found out you are pregnant so what next? Oh no…the dreaded morning sickness is just around the corner. While most women suffer from the bouts of queasiness, nausea and throwing up, nearly 30% escape it. Lucky them, right? The uneasy feeling in your stomach, the fatigue and dry heaving is enough to send some woman over the edge.
Luckily, those feelings usually subside as your second trimester nears around 12 weeks. However, for a minority of women, morning sickness sticks around the whole pregnancy or reappears later.
A large spike in hormones including hCG and estrogen are a few hormonal changes that can cause morning sickness. Once you hit the second trimester, the levels normally balance out, allowing you to feel like yourself again – that is as much as you can feel like yourself with a tiny human growing inside of you!
For some women, the morning sickness can be so bad that it prevents them from living their life to the fullest and maintaining a normal everyday lifestyle. Unfortunately, there is no cure for morning sickness but there are many herbal teas you can drink to calm morning sickness!
While most women are forced to deal with morning sickness as a side effect of being pregnant, some women suffer more than others. If you are unable to keep fluids down, eat or resume normal activity, you may want to talk to your doctor.
Information provided in blogs should not be used as a substitute for medical care or consultation.
My name is Alli Turner and I am 28 years old. I live in Charlotte, NC and went to NC State University. Go Wolfpack! I am also a first time mom to baby Harper Estelle.
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