Higher pregnancy risk seen with morning sickness in 2nd trimester

01/29/2013 | MyHealthNewsDaily.com

Pregnant women who were admitted for severe morning sickness during the second trimester had a twofold increased risk of developing preeclampsia and were 1.4 times as likely to deliver a baby that was small for gestational age compared with those who did not suffer from the condition, a Swedish study found. The results appear in the journal BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

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