Mother’s Health During Pregnancy Week 5

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Pregnancy Week 5

If you experience morning sickness (aka any-old-time sickness), some women find that eating six, smaller, protein-based meals – instead of the standard, three, large meals – helps. You should also avoid fatty foods, and carry some crackers with you during the day to snack on to help ease the queasiness.

Many women will go through their first few weeks, and even their first trimester, without any pregnancy symptoms. This is normal. However, if you have a sudden loss of pregnancy symptoms or any cramping or bleeding, please speak with your pregnancy care provider.

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  1. Raven says:

    I’m still not showing and only though up once . Strangely my boyfriend and my sister are getting my cravings and my morning sickness is that normal?

    • Megan Klay says:

      Hi Raven – Not showing at week five is completely normal. Many women don’t show at all until weeks 15-20. Sympathy pregnancy symptoms can happen to those close to you as well!

  2. sheenaholman says:

    Just nauseous luckily havent had to actually vomit.

  3. Marilyn says:

    I did not experience sickness until later on.

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