If you are looking for ways to help ease morning sickness and other pregnancy symptoms, we’re here to help. Natasha Baillie talks to pregnant mums SJ Ljungstrom, Jess Avey and Emily Norris to get the lowdown on their pregnancy symptoms and morning sickness cures and remedies.
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Morning sickness usually occurs in the first trimester. It can start in your early weeks and can even be one of the first symptoms of pregnancy. It tends to get better as your pregnancy progresses into your second and third trimester. However, not all mums-to-be get morning sickness.
If the sickness is much more severe, it is known as hyperemesis gravidarum (HG), and can continue much further into your pregnancy, even until the baby is born. Women who suffer with HG often need hospital treatment.
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Despite its name, morning sickness and pregnancy nausea can occur at any time of the day or night.
Feeling tired all the time and sleeping is common at the beginning of pregnancy but as your pregnancy progresses you may have trouble sleeping and suffer from insomnia.
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