For many women, the toughest part of early pregnancy is morning sickness. Trust me, it’s the worst.
My hope was always to keep calm and composed, especially when at work. So I carried a throw-up-and-go-about-my-day business attitude.
Though morning sickness is a common enough affliction, some women — including the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton — suffer from more extreme cases. Middleton’s much-talked about pregnancy was rather unpleasant, click here to read about it.
Women who experience morning sickness can now seek relief, said Dr. Shannon Clark, an OB/GYN and associate professor of Maternal-Fetal Medicine at the University of Texas Medical Branch-Galveston.
Momaha recently spoke with Dr. Clark about morning sickness symptoms, dietary and lifestyle changes that moms-to-be can make, as well as a new FDA approved treatment option.
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