Understanding Concept; When Does Morning Sickness Go Away

Understanding Concept; When Does Morning Sickness Go Away

When does morning sickness go away? Morning sickness is common during pregnancy but not dangerous. Nausea is a common symptom of morning sickness, but vomiting and aversion of certain foods also cause it. Even though its name, morning sickness happens any time in a day. In this article, we will discuss when it happens and go away. Read on if you are suffering from this condition.

When does morning sickness go away

It is thought to be a reaction in response to high-level hormones, particularly human chorionic gonadotrophic hormone. It is on the peak during the first few weeks of pregnancy, and it is worse when you first wake up. Due to this reason, it is called so.

In some women, the first 12 week of gestation period is worse, and around 16 weeks you will feel good, and at 20 weeks it will start to go away completely. 

Some women do not get morning sickness; it is not a necessary condition. Pregnancies vary a lot from one woman to another, so do not panic if you do not get such kinds of symptoms.

Are there any complications related to morning sickness

Hyperemesis gravidarum(HG) is an extreme form of morning sickness that results in nausea and vomiting. It is a rare case. There are certain specific symptoms related to HG instead of typical morning symptoms. These are

  • Dark, concentrated urine
  • Weeing less often
  • Losing weight
  • Blood in vomiting
  • Low blood pressure 
  • High temperature
  • Severe dehydration

If it is left untreated, then it has adverse effects on women quality of life and depression. Immediately consult with your doctor if you observe such symptoms.

Cure for morning sickness

There is no proper cure to treat this, but there are some do’s and don’ts that may give you some relief. Your doctors also prescribe some vitamins and supplements to prevent it. Here I list some do’s and don’ts, which will help you to minimize this condition and nausea. 

Do’s

  • Take a nap and rest often
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Try to eat small meals or just snacks throughout the day.
  • Use ginger tea
  • Take your vitamins regularly
  • Try to wear acupressure bands throughout the day

Don’ts

  • Do not lie down after eating
  • Avoid spicy foods
  • Do not take heavy and large meals 
  • Do not drink a lot of water during meals 

These ideas have no scientific basis, but these remedies help most women so you might try them.

Keep a positive attitude because it goes away on its own. Try to have a healthy meal with lots of vegetables and proteins. Eat good fats like avocado and eggs. Maintain your water level to prevent dehydration.