Morning sickness is the nauseated feeling accompanying the first trimester of pregnancy for many women. Morning sickness can often include vomiting. For most women, morning sickness begins around the sixth week of pregnancy and ends around the twelfth week. Although it is called “morning” sickness, the symptoms can occur at any time during the day.
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Contemporary Guide to the Therapeutic Use of Essential Oils, published
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