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strawberry - December 8

i've heard that mothers who have morning sickness are least likely to miscarry. how true is this?

 

Sally - December 8

Really? I think it applies to me because I never experience morning sickness and I miscarried.

 

strawberry - December 8

well each pregnancy is discrete of other pregnancies. i wanted to know the reason for this observation.

 

VANESSA - December 8

NEVER HEARD OF THIS BUT DO YOU THINK IT HAS A CONNECTION WITH THE THINGS THAT WE EAT AND IF THEY VOMIT IT OUT IT MEANS LESS UNWANTED FOOD INSIDE THAT MAY HAVE AN EFFECT TO THE BABY?

 

strawberry - December 8

maybe there is a connection with it. because there are also food that may cause miscarriage.

 

NanciH - December 8

It does not always follow because it could also be possible that moms with morning sickness experience pregnancy problems that may be a risk to miscarry.

 

Amor Vander - December 9

Morning sickness has several factors and it may be possible to assume that mothers with such experience may have lower risk.

 

Sally - December 13

What is the main reason for this? But having morning sickness is not easy at all. Really hard and irritating.

 

strawberry - December 13

case to case basis. yeah i agree that such morning sickness is really hard, the frequent vomiting is so irritating and sometimes destroys the mood of the mother.

 

cRoWdEdRoOm - December 13

Having morning sickness can be avoided by eating some crackers before getting up to set the mood of the baby. About the possibility of having a lower risk to miscarry is far out of the topic.

 

strawberry - December 13

well that is your opinion cRoWdEdRoOm and i respect that. i have just read this possibility so i was kind of curious if this is true.

 

cRoWdEdRoOm - December 13

Yeah, I understand and I just feel like this might mislead or give false hopes to other mothers.

 

Ladylou - December 16

I don't think so because I've had morning sickness and I still miscarried, had an ectopic pregnancy.

 

Amanda - December 16

Studies or observations are just possibilities and we can't say these are true all the time.

 

AileenMay - December 16

I also think this is not true all the time. Morning sickness can even be dangerous to cause dehydration and would need medical assistance.

 

strawberry - December 16

so when do we need to seek medical assistance because i thought morning sickness is just normal.

 

AileenMay - December 16

Morning sickness is normal if it is not beyond the acceptable ways. Like if you are vomiting 3 to 4 times a day and no matter how you apply some procedures to avoid it, it still persists.

 

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