What is Morning Sickness?

If you've found this page, chances are you are familiar with Morning Sickness.

However, for those not quite so sure, read on...

Morning Sickness or Nausea and Vomiting in Pregnancy (NVP) is extremely common.

Tiredness, nausea and vomiting is prevalent in pregnant women typically for the first trimester (and sometimes throughout the pregnancy).

Some women will only experience nausea and no vomiting.
Some women will be excessively tired.
Some women be will lucky enough to escape all of these symptoms.

However, if you or someone you love is experiencing Morning Sickness, in any form, we are here to offer support. You can find our Closed Group on our Facebook page here.

Morning Sickness is usually considered a minor inconvenience, however it can have an adverse effect on a pregnant woman's quality of life and day-to-day activities, like working and looking after other children.

Morning Sickness can usually be managed with dietary change, taking plenty of rest and support from family and friends. Sometimes in extreme cases, medical intervention is necessary.