All about morning sickness
It is endorsed that Pregnant women generally experience morning sickness. It is due to high levels of hormones such as HCG and estrogen, frequent change in blood pressure (BP) mostly at lower side and carbohydrate metabolism changes. Severe morning sickness called HG in medical terms (Hyperemesis Gravidarum) may be treated.
It becomes apparent to initiate sickness by acting in the brain, most likely to protect the fetus from flowing toxins or infections. Targeting the protein could provide a new and more defined way to combat morning sickness, which affects 70 to 90 percent of pregnant women.
Morning sickness is witnessed by 90 percent of pregnant women and it is due to increases in specific hormone released by the placenta is called Gonadotropin.
Morning Sickness may be settled by taking light food, plenty of fluids in the morning, by avoiding solid foods and spanks that make you feel nauseous, preferring high-carbohydrate and high-protein foods.
Cause of morning sickness
The cause of morning sickness remains a mystery but it is through a combination of metabolic and corporal aspects inclusive of
- High levels of hormones like HCG, estrogen, and Gonadotropin
- The gigantic physical and chemical changes that pregnancy starts
- Fluctuations in blood pressure particularly lowered blood pressure
- Distorted metabolism
Severe morning sickness is termed as Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG) and can affect most of the pregnant women. The symptoms of HG include repeated vomiting, dehydration and it can be treated while changing Diet such as liquids and nutrition.
The possible complications of untreated Hyperemesis Gravidarum include:
- Electrolyte imbalances
- Extreme gloominess and nervousness
- Starvation of the fetus
- The gratuitous strain on most functional organs like kidney, liver, brain, and Heart
Morning sickness is not at all a bad sign it reflects a healthier, more intelligent infant to be born and also mothers who have morning sickness while pregnancy has a lower chance of miscarriage.