Most women experience some degree of morning sickness in early pregnancy. Symptoms range from mild nausea when you wake up in the morning, to actual vomiting, and whilst morning sickness does tend to be worst in the morning, it can actually occur at any time of day.
Morning sickness usually starts around 6-8 weeks of pregnancy and eases by the end of the first trimester around thirteen weeks.
If you feel that your morning sickness is becoming too severe and you are having trouble keeping anything down, see your doctor. You may be developing Hyperemesis Gravidarum, a particularly severe form of morning sickness which requires medical treatment.
Try these suggestions to help manage your morning sickness: