In the months leading to your pregnancy, you might have had the foresight to ask questions such as 'what does morning sickness feel like?' Many of these concerns are very quickly followed by what might just be the happiest moments of any parent's life. Bringing life into this world is by far one of the most glorious acts of love.
However, for about 80% of mothers-to-be, this joyous occasion is quickly followed by a few months that can be rather tough. This is especially true when they suddenly find themselves nauseated by the sight or even smell of certain types of food. Also known as NVP (Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy), morning sickness happens to be one of the most common conditions affecting mothers-to-be the world over. Here is what you need to know about morning sickness and how you can survive it.