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?
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By JustMommies

Mononucleosis is a viral infection caused by exposure to the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV). Also referred to as “mono” or the “kissing disease,” mononucleosis most often strikes adolescents and young adults; adults usually have developed immunity to the virus. People with mononucleosis can feel tired and sick for weeks – but not everyone who is exposed to the virus will get mononucleosis. Once you’ve had mononucleosis, you’ll always carry the EBV virus, but you probably won’t get sick again.
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