Symptoms of mumps
Approximately 50% of all pregnant women experience nausea and vomiting between the sixth and the twelfth week of pregnancy
It’s completely normal and can occur at any time of the day, although it is called morning sickness.
But 1 in 300 women will have severe abnormal vomiting which is, continual nausea and vomiting after the twelfth week. This type of vomiting is called Hyperemesis gravidarum, and it can result in dehydration, acidosis, malnutrition and weight loss. This condition can be dangerous to the fetus if persists. The reason for
The reason for Hyperemesis gravidarum has not been identified yet, but an association between high levels of the hormones estrogen and chronic gonadotropin ( HCG ) has been found. HCG is a hormone produced by the placenta that increases until the end of the first trimester.
Other possible problems related to abnormal o severe vomiting include bile duct disease, drug toxicity, pancreatitis, low blood sugar, problems with the thyroid and inflammatory bowel disorders. In a more natural term, morning sickness is seen as a cleansing of toxins from the system who is preparing for pregnancy.