Pregnant women who suffer morning sickness 'could be less likely to miscarry', says study

Pregnant women who suffer morning sickness 'could be less likely to miscarry', says study
 

Nausea and nausea with vomiting were linked to a reduction in the risk of losing a pregnancy of between 50 and 75 percent, researchers found.
The experts examined data of almost 800 women who had suffered one or two previous miscarriages. 
Overall, 188 of the pregnancies - nearly 25 percent - were lost to miscarriage, with many typically occurring around seven weeks' gestation.
All the women recorded their nausea symptoms and sickness through pregnancy diaries and questionnaires.
At week two of gestation, almost 18 percent of women reported nausea without vomiting while 2.7 percent said... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Health, Views: 41
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