morning sickness

I'm Not Having Pregnancy Symptoms - Is This Normal?

You’re sure that you’re pregnant, but you don’t feel a thing. After all that you hear about the major changes that pregnancy brings, how could this be possible? » Read more

Morning Sickness or Stomach Bug?

Morning sickness, that queasy feeling women get when they are pregnant, can be hard to distinguish from a stomach virus.  If you have not taken a pregnancy test and are having what feels like morning sickness, how do you know it is the real thing?  How can you tell if you are coming down with a stomach virus or if you are actually pregnant? » Read more

A New Cure for Morning Sickness?

A promising study from researchers in Israel and Canada reveals that a prescription drug used for heartburn may actually aid women who experience morning sickness. As of now, there is no cure for morning sickness, as doctors are reluctant to give women medication that may affect their developing fetuses. » Read more

Hyperemesis Gravidarum

Many pregnant women experience at least some symptoms of nausea and/or vomiting during their pregnancy. This is referred to as “morning sickness” although it can occur at any time of the day. There is no exact cause for morning sickness but many doctors believe morning sickness may be triggered by rapid increases in hormones during pregnancy. » Read more

5 Weeks Pregnant: Your Pregnancy Week by Week

Welcome to the fifth week of your pregnancy.  It is still early in your pregnancy and you may have only recently tested positive. If you haven’t started having any pregnancy symptoms, you might be getting a little worried. » Read more

6 Weeks Pregnant: Your Pregnancy Week by Week

Well you have made it to your sixth week of pregnancy. By now you are probably past the initial shock of being pregnant. You may be starting to make some plans for your pregnancy. Do you think you will want to have a hospital birth? Will your partner cut the cord? You may be undecided about some things or your feelings may change throughout your pregnancy. » Read more