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A person who has morning sickness, nausea, or vomiting is less likely to lose a fetus, according to research.Does morning sickness reduce the risk of miscarriage?Pregnant women are typically sick in the morning, and for the first month or so, it is common for them to feel sick or sick. The reason for this is unknown, but some researchers say its role in protecting the fetus from food and beverage poisons and diseases - says MedicalNewsToday. "It is widespread that In our research, we have explored the symptoms that have occurred since conception and confirmed that lowering the risk of nausea and vomiting is related to each other "- English Stefanie N. Hinkle, head of research, NIH Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Development (NICHD), Department of Epidemiology. Researchers are now analyzing data from a previous survey. In this study, we tested whether taking a small dose of aspirin daily prevents abortion in women who have already lost one or two fetuses. From week 2 to week 8, all participants noted whether they had felt morning sickness or swelling, and then filled out a monthly questionnaire on their symptoms throughout pregnancy. to provide detailed information on early pregnancy symptoms. Most studies asked women to remember previous symptoms later in the pregnancy or after abortion.From 188 of the 797 women, they lost their fetus. At 8 weeks gestation, 57.3% of the participants reported having and about 26.6% of the women with a history of homicide. It had a 50-75 percent lower risk of miscarriageas those who have not experienced either nausea or nausea.Related articles about Morning Sickness:
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