Morning sickness in pregnancy has a suprising upside

This article talks about morning sickness and how those who experience that all day sickness are less likely to have premature birth or to miscarry. This seems like it makes sense because I know with my losses I was not feeling very sick at all, at least compared to my other pregnancies. After my first loss, I think I became more thankful to be feeling sick because it meant I had enough hormones to make my baby "stick".

So mamas, does this news make you feel better about morning sickness? Why or why not?…

8Theresa GouldChicago, Illinois
    I believe it! The miscarriage I had before I it pregnant with Tristen I didn't have any symptoms but with Tristen I was sick all the time...and he was born c-section at 40 weeks and 3 days with no intention of coming out on his own. Lol I'm hoping the all day sickness with this one is a good sign too :-)
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