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Pregnancy: what foods make morning sickness worse?

 Some women may continue to have morning sickness until the third trimester or childbirth. Photo: Pexels

(Jabeen Begum/ MedicineNet) — Many women feel sick and have nausea or vomiting during pregnancy. This is known as morning sickness. It is common during pregnancy. Around 70% to 85% of pregnant women get morning sickness.

It is called morning sickness, but you can get it at any time of the day. It happens because of hormonal changes during pregnancy. Some women don’t get morning sickness, while some may have severe symptoms.

Symptoms of morning sickness include nausea and vomiting. You may also feel sick or experience discomfort. (…)