See What HealthDay Can Do For You
Contact Us

Some Insights on Morning Sickness

It isn't serious and usually disappears

(HealthDay) -- Though it's common during pregnancy, experts don't know what causes morning sickness. Most cases aren't serious and go away on their own.

The Delray (Fla.) Medical Center says over-the-counter remedies such as antacids and even seasickness remedies usually ease the problem. The center says studies have found that women who are happy about being pregnant have fewer morning-sickness problems than those who didn't plan on having a child.

Before trying any medicines, the medical center says to be sure to consult your doctor.

Consumer News


HealthDay is the world’s largest syndicator of health news and content, and providers of custom health/medical content.

Consumer Health News

A health news feed, reviewing the latest and most topical health stories.

Professional News

A news feed for Health Care Professionals (HCPs), reviewing latest medical research and approvals.