For many mothers-to-be, the toughest part of early pregnancy is morning sickness, which can range from mild, occasional nausea to severe, continuous, disabling nausea with bouts of vomiting.
Symptoms may be worse in the morning, though they can strike at any time of the day. You may also feel light-headed or dizzy due to the combination of symptoms with fatigue and dehydration.
If you suffer morning sickness, you are not alone. As many as 70-90% of pregnant women experience some degree of morning sickness symptoms during the first three months of pregnancy.
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