Suffer from Morning Sickness? When is it time to see your Doctor?

Suffer from Morning Sickness? When is it time to see your Doctor? 
Morning sickness is a very common and completely normal symptom during first trimester pregnancy. The changes in your body, particularly the surge of pregnancy hormones, a heightened sense of smell, and a temporarily more sensitive digestive system likely play a role in why more than half of women experience some degree of nausea and/or vomiting while pregnant. But when do you know if your nausea is more serious than morning sickness?
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