When you hear from friends or family members who have experienced pregnancies, you may find that morning sickness is a recurring topic. It’s an unfortunate side effect that many women go through during the first trimester that sometimes makes waking up in the morning a less-than-desirable prospect. However, you might not have heard tales of nausea rearing its ugly head during the third trimester, but it’s more common than you think.
Hormone fluctuations are mostly to blame for the morning sickness and nausea experienced during the first trimester, and it’s no different for sickness that occurs as your due date approaches. Believe it or not, even at the end of your pregnancy your body is still struggling to find balance.
Another reason why nausea tends to happen this late is because…
Find out over at our friends at Pregnancy Magazine via Third trimester nausea? Yes, it’s possible.