If you're pregnant, and have no morning sickness symptoms, my advice is to count your blessings. However, recent studies that...
If you're pregnant, and have no morning sickness symptoms, my advice is to count your blessings. However, recent studies that discuss morning sickness positively may have you worried. For example, the study that said women with morning sickness have a 70% reduced risk of having a miscarriage. Or how about the research from Cornell that found that one reason for morning sickness may be that it "helps to protect both mother and fetus from exposures to infectious organisms and toxic chemicals that could result in complications to the mother or her child." All these pro-morning sickness bits in the news can make a mama who technically feels great (no nausea or vomiting) feel kind of worried and bad. Not to worry though. The 411 is that it's common during pregnancy to feel queasy, but not all women have full blown vomiting and other stomach issues. Some studies note that only about half of pregnant women experience major morning sickness woes. If you have or don't have morning sickness you can still have a healthy baby. The fact that you have or don't have morning sickness is just the way your luck fell (or didn't). When to worry for real: If you don't have morning sickness and all of a sudden you stop experiencing your other pregnancy symptoms you should call your health care provider. If you do have morning sickness you might want to try a natural morning sickness cure.

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