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How long does hyperemesis gravidarum last?

Similar to normal bouts of morning sickness, hyperemesis gravidarum usually develops in the first trimester of pregnancy. For some women, it appears as early as the second week of pregnancy. In most cases, it lessens or disappears after the twelfth week, though it can last throughout the entire pregnancy. If symptoms of severe nausea and vomiting persist after your first trimester, talk to your doctor. Other conditions may be causing your symptoms.

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