Pregnancy nausea related to women's obstetric and personal histories.

@article{Gadsby1997PregnancyNR,
  title={Pregnancy nausea related to women's obstetric and personal histories.},
  author={Roger Gadsby and A M Barnie-Adshead and Carol Jagger},
  journal={Gynecologic and obstetric investigation},
  year={1997},
  volume={43 2},
  pages={108-11}
}
We report the correlation between total hours of nausea in early pregnancy, as a continuous variable, and various factors in women's obstetric and personal histories. Positive correlations for increased nausea were found with heavier placentae (p = 0.005), non-smoking status (p = 0.004), women with nausea in previous pregnancies (p = 0.005), and women whose mothers experienced trouble with nausea in their pregnancies (p = 0.001). 17 other factors did not relate to pregnancy nausea at the p < 0… CONTINUE READING

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