The first important thing about morning sickness is that it is not limited to mornings. In fact it can be evening sickness or all day sickness.
Some women do not realise they are pregnant because they think morning sickness is just limited to mornings.
The curious thing about morning sickness is that it is a pregnancy symptom with no real reason as to why it occurs. Not every mother-to-be experiences morning sickness.
For those of us who do, it affects us in different ways. What are morning sickness symptoms?
The sickness may calm down after 12 weeks because this is generally when the pregnancy hormones have settled down relatively. However, some women experience sickness throughout their pregnancy.
The hardest part is hiding morning sickness from work colleagues and friends, if you are waiting until the 12 week mark before telling people.