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Can "morning" sickness happen at night?

Can "morning" sickness happen at night?

Yes: The so called morning sickness can happen any time of the day. See this site for other symptoms of early pregnancy. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/symptoms-of-pregnancy/pr00102. ...Read more

Dr. Gregory Moneta
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Morning Sickness (Definition)

The nauseated feeling (sometimes with vomiting) some women get in their first trimester of pregnancy, usually between 6 and ...Read more


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Why do I only get morning sickness at night?

Varies : Morning sickness is just a slang term for the nausea associated with pregnancy. The idea that it happens only in the morning is a misconception. There are lots of medications to help with pregnancy nausea. Ask your doctor for options. ...Read more

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Hi i had a hysterectomy about 8 weeks ago and i breasts are very sore and it feels like I have morning sickness day and night. What can I do.

Hi i had a hysterectomy about 8 weeks ago and i breasts are very sore and it feels like I have morning sickness day and night.
What can I do.

Ask your gyn?: Obviously you have a gynecologist so first step is to discuss symptoms with him/her. If you had ovaries removed you are having menopausal symptoms. Without more of a health history, impossible to answer with any certainty though. ...Read more

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How much, and when should vitamin B6 be taken for morning sickness? Night or morning? How many mg? Should it be taken with food, or doesn't matter?

How much, and when should vitamin B6 be taken for morning sickness?  Night or morning? How many mg? Should it be taken with food, or doesn't matter?

10-25 mg 3x/day: Studies have shown benefits of taking 10-25 mg of vitamin b6 3x/day. Take it with food to reduce the risk of it causing stomach upset. B6 often helps & is worth trying but doesn't help everyone. Ginger tea, acupressure wrist bands & homeopathy are also worth trying. See http://altmedicine.About.Com/od/healthconditionsdisease/a/morningsickness.Htm & http://www.Truestarhealth.Com/notes/2243000.Html. ...Read more

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I am 13 weeks pregnant w/my 4th child & now I get sick at night w/vomiting & stomach aches. Never had morning sickness or acid reflux.Could this be it?

I am 13 weeks pregnant w/my 4th child & now I get sick at night w/vomiting & stomach aches. Never had morning sickness or acid reflux.Could this be it?

Yes: it certainly can be "morning sickness" even though input happens at night. There are several things your OB can do to help you. Give them a call in the morning to see what they can do to help. ...Read more

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I'm in my 2nd trimester of pregnancy and my morning sickness has subdued. At night i take prenatal vitamins an hour after eating & i always feel very nauseous & i end up vomiting. Why is this happening?

I'm in my 2nd trimester of pregnancy and my morning sickness has subdued. At night i take prenatal vitamins an hour after eating & i always feel very nauseous & i end up vomiting. Why is this happening?

Maybe iron.: Prenatal vitamins have more iron in them than regular vitamins which may be upsetting your stomach. You could taking the vitamin as half after breakfast and half after dinner to see if that helps. I'd also take it right after dinner (don't wait an hour). You could try a different brand (but they all have iron). Start with half tab twice a day with food and let me know if it helps -. ...Read more

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13 weeks pregnant &thought I had acid reflux/morning sickness last night. Now I have diarrhea,abdominal cramping &chills plus above. Food poisoning?

13 weeks pregnant &thought I had acid reflux/morning sickness last night.  Now I have diarrhea,abdominal cramping &chills plus above.  Food poisoning?

Or infection: Your symptoms certainly sound more extensive than would be expected from morning sickness alone. Infection or food poisoning are some considerations. Maintaining your hydration will be of the utmost importance, especially while pregnant. Best wishes ...Read more

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Can a women have acid reflux instead of morning sickness during pregnancy?

Can a women have acid reflux instead of morning sickness during pregnancy?

Acid Reflux: Pregnancy can potentially worsen pre-existing reflux or reflux symptoms can occur during pregnancy. The presence of acid reflux however does not necessarily mean that a person is pregnant . A person can have either or both symptoms during pregnancy. ...Read more

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What is morning sickness?

What is morning sickness?

Nuasea/vomiting: We believe it may be a primitive protective mechanism that helps to ensure the mother does not get exposed to spoiled food and toxins. Usually the symptoms will get better by about 10 weeks, although some women continue to have symptoms throughout the pregnancy. ...Read more

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What causes morning sickness?

Increased estrogen: It is felt to be caused by an increase in circulating estrogen during pregnancy. Morning sickness can actually occur at any time of the day. It usually resolves by week 12. ...Read more

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What is it like having morning sickness?

Nausea: Morning sickness happens for many women in the first trimester of pregnancy. It is nausea sometimes vomiting. It can be triggered by smells, by being hungry, being in a car for instance. It can be helped by small frequent meals, avoiding fatty foods, eating carbs, taking ginger, wearing sea bands (also used for motion sickness). It can happen any time of the day. Some women need meds to treat it. ...Read more

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When do morning sickness occur?

When do morning sickness occur?

First trimester : Usualy it occurs during the first 13 weeks and then resolves after that. ...Read more

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Why am I getting morning sickness?

Why am I getting morning sickness?

Hormones: The hormones of pregnancy cause this. Some believe it is a primitive protective mechanism designed to protect the mom and fetus from toxins and poisons in the food. ...Read more

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