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The Morning Sickness Handbook

Learn how to increase & maintain the effectiveness of all remedies for true morning sickness help. What you need to know! The 4 DO Not's and the 8 DO's that Nasa learned about nausea during their astronaut training program that can help you. Don't buy these: The remedies that are definitely a total waste of your money. What other books will fail to tell you, but are the most essential keys to help with morning sickness. The 1 gigantic mistake moms make when trying out any remedy. The 5 facts every nauseous mom must know to discover relief from nausea. Why a remedy that worked for someone else doesn't work well for you. Natural remedies that are completely safe (even healthy for baby) and ones that are harmful. How nausea affects baby's health and what you can do about it. Help for those who haven't been able to take their prenatal vitamins. How to keep the important nutrients in your body. Learn how to brush your teeth without gagging. What is being crackered? Discover the things you are doing to make nausea worse. Important food choices. Supplement suggestions. Read more...

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Hyperemesis Gravidarum

Nausea and vomiting occur in up to 90 of all pregnancies. Hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) has a prevalence of 0.35 to 1 , and is characterized by severe, persistent nausea and vomiting during the first trimester. Intractable vomiting requires aggressive support, including, at times, parenteral nutrition. Risk associations include increased body weight, multiple gestations, hyperemesis in a prior pregnancy, and nulliparity.

Adjustments to Pregnancy

Full Term Pregnancy Viscera

For many women, one of the first signs of pregnancy is morning sickness nausea, especially after rising from bed, in the first few months of gestation. The cause of morning sickness is unknown. One hypothesis is that it stems from the reduced intestinal motility caused by the steroids of pregnancy. Another is that it is an evolutionary adaptation to protect the fetus from toxins. The fetus is most vulnerable to toxins at the same time that morning sickness peaks. Women with morning sickness tend to prefer bland foods and to avoid spicy and pungent foods, which are highest in toxic compounds. In some women, the nausea progresses to vomiting.

Supplemental Reading

Hyperemesis gravidarum. Gastroenterol Clin Goodwin TM. Nausea and vomiting of pregnancy an obstetric syndrome. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2002 185(5 Suppl Understanding) S184-9. Tsang IS, Katz VL, Wells SD. Maternal and fetal outcomes in hyperemesis gravidarum. Int J Gynaecol Obstet 1996 55 231-5.

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