What causes morning sickness

“A lot of moms will notice morning sickness starts pretty soon after you, she would have missed her period. So around a month or so after her last period. So two weeks, two weeks into the pregnancy, and what has happened is the progesterone levels in the mom’s system start to go up significantly. And that causes morning sickness. It causes a lot of changes in blood sugar levels and so forth. And moms tend to notice that early in the morning, but not always some people have sickness throughout the day or more in the evening. It’s also a good sign that mom’s pregnancy hormones are high enough to sustain the pregnancy. So all those big changes that are happening with the mom’s body are to help sustain the pregnancy and to help the mom have a healthy pregnancy to keep the baby growing safely. And, one of the side effects is as often morning sickness from the increased progesterone in the mom’s system, that’s showing that the pregnancy is going to keep going and the baby’s going to be healthy.”