As Daniel Tosh joked about, “Sometimes, when I’m feeling down because nothing seems to be going right, I like to take a home pregnancy test. Then I can say, “Hey, at least I’m not pregnant.” Going through pregnancy is hard enough. Some pregnant women suffers harder when they have to get through a rough start.
According to the US data from public health authorities, morning sickness affects over 50% of all pregnant mothers. Including celebrities (Cause they are people too) here are some celebrities that suffered rough nauseous pregnancies.
When pregnant with her son, she had a very “rough start,” by saying, “I had a bit of sickness at the beginning but I am feeling good now.”
Morning sickness impacted Mariah Carey’s job. The diva said in an interview with USA Today, “Throwing up is bad for your voice…the reflux is terrible, so I have been trying to just keep calm, get through it.”
Not only is he busy with his concert tours but he’s also busy caring for his wife Kate (full name not stated anywhere) as they’re expecting their third child anytime this summer, and it’s a rough pregnancy for Kate. Moore says “She gets pretty sick and always has..”
Jay-Z and Beyonce
Singer Beyonce kept on working during pregnancy with baby Blue and even with those difficult morning sickness days.
When pregnant with her third baby, she had a long bout with the nauseous morning sickness. “I have actually been much sicker in this pregnancy than the other two,” she told Us Weekly. “I’ve been nauseous for 3 months straight.” Yes, 3 months is a long, long time!
Morning sickness is scientifically known as nausea gravidarum, or simply nausea. It’s generally related to the low blood sugar counts, an increase in estrogen levels, and a great susceptibility to some smells. Oftentimes, morning sickness will be present in the wee hours of the morning (thus the name) and will ease up as the day goes on.
Even though morning sickness can be exceedingly unpleasant, it’s hardly ever severe enough to cause metabolic disturbance. In most cases, morning sickness settles down by the end of the first 3 months.
Tips to minimize morning sickness:
- Get plenty of rest.
- Get up slowly from bed
- Avoid caffeine and other fatty or spicy foods.
- Food portion sizes –have small ones.
- Increased fluid intake.