Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy are often under the term "Morgenübelkeit" summarized. Researchers at the University of Warwick suggest, however, that these symptoms can occur in many any time of the day.
Under "Morgenübelkeit" refers to Nausea and vomiting, which occur in the first weeks of pregnancy often. So far, however, no research work have been busy, to occur what times of the Day, these symptoms actually. British scientists have caught up now, and found that vomiting occurred mainly between 7 and 13 PM, and Nausea throughout the whole day. Some women also suffered to in the evening vomiting. Between 9 and 10 o’clock, 82 percent of respondents Nausea and 29 percent felt had vomiting. 94.2 percent of the women had a 58% both symptoms.
Came Nausea especially in weeks 5, 6 and 7 of the pregnancy, while vomiting was observed in week 7. Since the study ended after seven weeks of pregnancy, can be said for the later phases nothing about the frequency of these symptoms out.
Professor Roger Gadsby, of Warwick Medical School said: "If a pregnant woman vomits in the afternoon, you may feel that this is unusual. If she has no vomiting, but all day Nausea is suffering, could you think that you are not under ‚Morgenübelkeit‘ suffers. Those women who suffer from severe symptoms, get the feeling that your condition trivia is updated." Severe Nausea and vomiting can have a significant impact on the quality of life of pregnant women and in the first trimester of pregnancy, the most common cause for admission to hospital.