Roslyn, NY (PRWEB) September 21, 2013
“Morning Sickness” is the most common term used to describe the nausea that often comes during the first three months of pregnancy. Known medically as “Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy” (NVP), it is best described as episodic, daytime pregnancy nausea and vomiting. Although it occurs most commonly after waking in the morning, for many pregnant women it can happen all day.
Morning sickness is very common, and is reported by 50% - 80% of pregnant women. More specifically, 28% of pregnant women experience nausea only, while 52% experience nausea and vomiting. 20% of pregnant women will have no symptoms at all. If you're pregnant, the last thing you want to do is take any unnecessary medications that could have side effects potentially harming you or your baby.
Designed and patented by an American Board Certified obstetrician and gynecologist, BioBands are the only adjustable acupressure wristband that is patented and has FDA marketing clearance for relief of nausea associated with: Travel (Motion Sickness), Pregnancy (Morning Sickness), Anesthesia (Post-Surgery), Chemotherapy.