Please understand that I am not sharing all of this information to deter you from wanting to have bariatric surgery. I am sharing this as I don’t think they prepare candidates enough for what they will have to endure. It’s an extremely lengthy process, and one that I had considered just giving up a few times. It’s very exciting and at the same time very stressful for you and all of those around you.
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Over 80% of the pregnant women experience nausea and vomiting especially during first trimester of pregnancy. These symptoms of nausea and vomiting are commonly called as ‘Morning sickness’. But the term ‘Morning Sickness’ is a misnomer as the nausea and vomiting can be triggered at any time during the day. Since each woman is different and each pregnancy is different, the severity of nausea and vomiting in pregnancy will vary from woman to woman. As the Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hcG) and estrogen hormones start decreasing in body, around the 14th week, the pregnancy nausea also starts to decrease.
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Ah, wrinkles. Wrinkles seem to be the symbol for aging, and they are the focus of nearly every slick advertisement for skin care flashing across your television screen. A preoccupation with all types of lines and wrinkles is likely to start in a woman’s late twenties to early thirties, when she sees the first indication that she’s no longer a teenager. In younger women, the presence of wrinkles is usually linked to a premature degeneration of collagen and elastin from sun damage. In time, however, everyone, including people who were diligent about sun protection, will end up with some wrinkles.
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