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10 Tips to Help You Kick Morning Sickness to the Curb

Morning sickness (which isn’t confined to just mornings) is an extremely common pregnancy condition, but it certainly doesn’t feel normal. It seems that anything and everything – or even nothing at all – sets it off. You’re searching for the restroom, the second you enter a place you’ve never been. And it strikes, without warning, at some of the most inconvenient times. Thankfully, there are some things that expectant moms can do to kick morning sickness to the curb.


Does Baby Gender Affect Pregnancy Health?

People have been trying to predict baby genders for centuries. A new study published online in Brain, Behavior, and Immunity says that women who are carrying a female child may actually experience heightened inflammation which could make them feel worse during their pregnancy.


Third trimester nausea? Yes, it’s possible

Often one of the first indicators that you are expecting is nausea.


Sea-Band Mama Provides Sickness Relief for Moms-to-be

Often one of the first indicators that a woman is expecting is a change in her palate – either she wants more of some foods or nothing to do with any of them.


15 Reasons to Eat Grapefruit Daily while Pregnant!

Nutrition is probably one of the most important parts of pregnancy – not just because you’re taking care of your own body, but because everything you do affects your baby. This is why it’s so important for women to include a wide variety of healthy fats, proteins, vitamins and minerals in their daily diets. But there are some foods you should eat regularly during pregnancy; grapefruit is one of them.


Could Morning Sickness Have Benefits?

One of the first signs of pregnancy can be nausea or vomiting. For most women morning sickness starts 6 weeks into the pregnancy, and subsides just before the second trimester begins. But for others the illness can continue throughout the pregnancy. The silver lining could be a new study that suggests there may actually be some benefits to the loathsome condition that affects as much as 85% of all pregnant women.


Kelly Clarkson Is Not Loving Her Pregnancy!

For months Kelly Clarkson gushed about how much she wanted to get pregnant and become a mom. But, now that her dream is becoming a reality, the experience is not what she hoped it would be.


Antihistamines During Pregnancy May Increase Risk of Adverse Outcomes

A UCLA study has revealed that woman who deal with a severe form of nausea during pregnancy, and take antihistamines to sleep it through, might be at risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes like preterm births or low term babies.


FDA approves Diclegis For Pregnant Women Experiencing Nausea and Vomiting

Nausea can be a very serious issue for some pregnant moms. In many cases it is something that levels off after she enters her second trimester but for some it can be so severe that it threatens the health of both the mother and unborn baby.


Study: Extreme Morning Sickness Linked to Preterm Labors

Morning sickness is experienced by 50 to 60 percent of all pregnant women. In most cases, morning sickness is a temporary condition that dissipates as the pregnancy progresses. However, for some pregnant women (about 1 percent), morning sickness can cause severe disturbances in everyday life.


Mother-To-Be Allergic To Pregnancy

Lyndsey Plummer’s pregnancy turned from happy news to frightening news when her constant illness and weight loss turned out to be an allergic reaction to pregnancy. Diagnosed with hyperemises gravidarum, Plummer has to take powerful medications to keep healthy while her pregnancy continues.