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Morning sickness symptoms

Some women may need to be admitted to hospital if their morning sickness is severe – this is called hyperemesis.To ensure that the mother and baby do not become dehydrated, it may be necessary to be put on an intravenous drip.

 
 

You should seek medical attention from your doctor or midwife if:

  • You have lost weight
  • You cannot keep any food or drink down
  • Your vomit is dark or contains blood
  • You feel dizzy or weak
  • You have a high temperature of 38C or above
  • You have a racing heart
  • You are anxious and feel you cannot cope
  • Your urine is dark or if you have not passed urine for more than eight hours

Check our frequently asked questions, right, for advice on morning sickness during pregnancy (NVP). If you have any concerns, see your GP.

 
 
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Frequently Asked Questions
 

When does morning sickness start?

I feel sick all the time. How long will this last?

Are some pregnant women more likely to get morning sickness then others?

What causes morning sickness?

Are there any risks to my baby?

If I am being sick all the time, how will my baby grow?

How can I prevent morning sickness?

I'm feeling so sick, how can I cope with work?

Am I more at risk of having a miscarriage if don't have morning sickness?

What shall I do? I can't keep anything down at all?

I had awful morning sickness with my first baby, will this happen again?

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