Keeping a new pregnancy under wraps until the first trimester is over can seem virtually impossible with morning sickness—especially if it lasts 24/7. While this aspect of pregnancy is normal for up to 85 percent of women, nausea and vomiting can be a tricky thing to conquer as you try to go about your day.
Symptoms of morning sickness typically begin four to eight weeks after conception and begin to fade as your first trimester winds down, although its not entirely uncommon to feel queasy throughout your entire pregnancy.
Being repelled by certain tastes and smells is common, even by foods that normally appeal to you. Don’t be afraid to follow your intuition, as ignoring an aversion could just make you feel worse.
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