Morning sickness is linked to lower risk of miscarriage, study finds

10/7/2010 | Reuters

A U.S. study found that pregnant women who didn't suffer from morning sickness during the first trimester were 3.2 times more likely to miscarry before 20 weeks compared with those who experienced nausea or vomiting. Researchers also noted that the longer pregnant women experienced symptoms, the lower their risk of having a miscarriage.

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