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Runny Nose With Morning Sickness?

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Does anyone experience a runny nose first thing in the morning with morning sickness? I am also sleeping almost 14 hours a night. Normal?
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replied December 29th, 2005
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Having ten thousand times the regular amount of all body fluids during pregnancy is normal. I was one of those people who never had to blow my nose (unless i'd been crying) now it seems like it's all I do. The sleeping part is definitely normal. It's like you can never get enough sleep. I'm into the second trimester now and everyone says that you get your energy back. I haven't gotten mine back yet but maybe i'm still to early into it yet...
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