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Register for the Healthy Pregnancy Summit to learn even more tips to prevent morning sickness and join Dr. Hass along with 20+ pregnancy experts to discover how you can best prepare for your healthy baby. 

morning sickness workPregnancy is a season of expecting the unexpected but whether you’re pregnant or trying to conceive, morning sickness is probably something you’ve anticipated. This telltale symptom of pregnancy is both encouraging and unsettling. While no one likes to lose their lunch, morning sickness can be a reassuring sign that a baby is on the way. Dr. David Hass joins the Healthy Pregnancy Summit to share his clinical expertise in caring for pregnant women and helping them find treatment options to feel their best.

Dr. David Hass earned his medical degree from Saint Louis University and completed his OB/GYN residency in the U.S. Navy in San Diego. He is a practicing OB/GYN with over 25 years of experience and is an associate professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Indiana University School of Medicine. Dr. Hass has a focus in clinical trials to improve pregnancy outcomes and biobanking specimens for development of new predictive and diagnostic biomarkers. His professional motivation and research are aimed at improving health outcomes for mother and child.

Morning sickness is nausea and vomiting that occurs during pregnancy but despite its name it can occur at any time of day or night. Oftentimes women will experience a peak in symptoms of nausea and vomiting in early pregnancy with symptoms resolving by the end of the first trimester. Some women will experience moderate morning sickness throughout their pregnancy and severe cases can cause dehydration and metabolic dysfunction.morning sickness nap

“The severe case, which we term, hyperemesis gravidarum, only occurs in 2% of pregnant women, these are women who can’t keep anything down”, shares Dr. Hass. Medications may be required in severe cases and morning sickness in one pregnancy can be a risk factor for developing it in subsequent pregnancies. While much is still unknown about the causes of morning sickness, there is research that suggests vitamin b-6 can help alleviate morning sickness and lessen the frequency and severity of symptoms. Vitamin b-6 is found in eggs, turkey, and whole grains however Dr. Hass advises supplementing with a high quality prenatal with a minimum of 10,000 milligrams of vitamin b-6.  Pregnant women should track their symptoms of nausea and vomiting and speak with their obstetricians on the amount of supplementation needed. Morning sickness can cause significant discomfort and loss of productivity, delays in treatment can cause a worsening of symptoms.

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Learn even more tips to prevent morning sickness and join Dr. Hass along with 20+ pregnancy experts to discover how you can best prepare for your healthy baby. 

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