Question by  chuck47 (21)

If I'm pregnant, should I feel sick all the time?

I'm past the first trimester.


Answer by  yandere (46)

Ppersonally, I have been pregnant twice and both times I was sick the entire nine months, up until I was giving birth. Some women are never sick, some for three months, some the whole time. They have different kind of options to help you with your nausea, too.


Answer by  Ali41 (1593)

Some women only have morning sickness during the first trimester and partly into the second, for most it ends by sixteen weeks. Other women have morning sickness during the whole pregnancy. So, being sick the whole time can be normal.


Answer by  kashin7 (345)

Some women experience morning sickness and nausea throughout pregnancy, but it is atypical. Nausea may also be a sign of vitamin deficiency. You should consult with your physician or obstetrician.


Answer by  nightxsky (23)

The first trimester is typically the most trimester in which women feel sick. You should not be feeling sick ALL the time, but the during the first trimester, you are more likely to have a lot of morning sickness. This should pass during the second trimester, but sometimes it last into the third trimester.

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