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I have been way too sick lately for it to just be morning sickness. I drink water, I eat food, NOTHING stays down. Is this just a simple case of the flu or something more serious?!?! HELP.
Hyperemesis, excess vomiting during pregnancy, feels like it will go on forever. For most affected women, it begins between weeks 4 and 10 of the pregnancy. Good news: most women, even those with severe hyperemesis, will get better at around 20 weeks.
One of the ladies that I work with has extremely severe "morning" sickness all day long. Is there anything that she can do alleviate that? I am concerned because she has already lost about 5 pounds in the last week from getting sick.
Dear Fitness Expert,
I am 16 weeks pregnant and have quite bad morning sickness. I have had morning sickness for my other two children for the whole pregnancy so I don't think this one will be any different although it does seem to be worse than the other two pregnancies.