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Morning sickness

Morning sickness is a feeling of nausea or the experience of vomiting during pregnancy. Find out what you can do to relieve it.

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Pregnancy at week 6

By week 6, your baby is growing quickly and you may notice the early signs of your pregnancy, such as feeling nauseous.

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Severe vomiting during pregnancy (hyperemesis gravidarum)

Many pregnant women have morning sickness during their pregnancy, but some experience excessive nausea and vomiting.

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Appetite changes and food aversions during pregnancy

It’s common to experience food cravings or a food aversion during pregnancy. Find out how to ensure you continue to eat healthily if this affects you.

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Fatigue and dizziness during pregnancy

Feeling tired or faint is quite common during pregnancy. Learn how to look after yourself and when to talk to your doctor or midwife.

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Gas (Entonox)

Gas or Entonox is nitrous oxide mixed with oxygen. Gas can help with pain relief, and it is safe for you and your baby.

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Pregnancy at week 15

By week 15, your baby may be able to respond to sound and light, while you are gaining weight and your skin and hair are changing.

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Complementary therapy during pregnancy

About half of Australian women consult a complementary therapist while pregnant. Here's what you should know about integrative medicine and pregnancy.

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Herbal teas during pregnancy and breastfeeding

During pregnancy or while breastfeeding, it’s important to speak to your doctor or midwife first about the safety and benefits of drinking herbal tea.

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Third trimester

The third trimester is the last 3 months of your pregnancy – an exciting time, but with some discomforts too. Learn more about what to expect before the birth.

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