At how many months pregnant do women typically start feeling morning sickness?
Morning sickness does not occur with all women, you may be one of the lucky ones that never gets it. If you do get it it’s due to a sudden increase I hormones. It’s also a bit misleading that it’s called morning sickness as it can occur at any time of the day.
Morning sickness is an early symptom of being pregnant. It will start at different points for different women, but on average it starts around the one month mark and will end around the third or fourth month, that’s about two to three months of it, unpleasant.
There is no real danger from morning sickness, except one. If you happen to have morning sickness so bad you cannot keep food or fluids down, you may become malnourished or dehydrated, and that can pose a problem. Make sure you eat enough and drink plenty of fluids, while problems are rare you should still be careful.
Here’s a site that provides tips on how to get some relief from morning sickness, and of course your doctor will have lots of good information for you.