Perhaps the only unpleasant feeling related to pregnancy is the feeling of morning sickness. Being pregnant is a wonderful phase in any woman’s life but this little hiccup can make it seem like a humongous challenge for some. First of all, when does morning sickness start, you might want to know. On an average, most of the pregnant women (only a few are lucky enough to be able to avoid this completely) face the symptoms of vomiting or nausea, collectively known as morning sickness, during the initial period of pregnancy. It is one of the most commonly known signs that conception has been successful.
For most women, this is the sign that they wait for before they go to a doctor even if they have missed a menstrual cycle. I think this is because this feeling of sickness is pretty much a difficult sign to ignore. Personally, I do not think that it is healthy to think of morning sickness as a condition or health problem. It is a natural adjustment that your body goes through to prepare well for a completely new and unique form that it has to take for you to carry a baby for nine months and then nurse the baby afterwards.