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Morning sickness

Morning sickness or nausea (with or without vomiting) is a common symptom of early pregnancy that is caused by changes in hormones.

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Pregnancy at week 13

At week 13 of pregnancy, you officially enter your second trimester and hopefully any morning sickness has eased off.

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Pregnancy at week 8

By week 8, you might be experiencing morning sickness, need frequent trips to the toilet, and feel tired or moody.

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Morning sickness - MyDr.com.au

Many women experience morning sickness (nausea and vomiting) in early pregnancy, and the symptoms can actually occur at any time of the day or night.

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Pregnancy nausea and morning sickness remedies

Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy are common and affect women differently. Dr Joe discusses the causes and morning sickness remedies in this video.

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Pregnancy - morning sickness - Better Health Channel

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Men, pregnancy moods & morning sickness | Raising Children Network

Most women have mood changes and morning sickness in pregnancy. Our Dads Guide explains how men can help their partners cope with this part of pregnancy.

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Second trimester of pregnancy: for men | Raising Children Network

Tiredness and morning sickness often ease up in pregnancy’s second trimester. Our guide explains how this can be a special time for men and their partners.

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Week by week pregnancy- antenatal care at 7 weeks pregnant

Your doctor can look at your foetus’s features to determine how old they are – find out how. You need to talk to your doctor if you experience very severe morning sickness as you may not be getting all the nutrients you and your baby need or early pregnancy spotting (spot bleeding) as you may be at risk of miscarriage.

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Week by week pregnancy- 6 weeks pregnant

6 weeks pregnant is a time when embryo development is occurring rapidly and pregnant women often start experiencing pregnancy symptoms like morning sickness. Pregnancy hormone human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG), the hormone a pregnancy test detects, is usually evident in the woman’s blood in the sixth week of pregnancy. Antenatal care should be provided at a doctor appointment for women who have not already checked their pregnancy health. Find out more about the pregnancy changes which occur this week.

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