More than half of pregnant women struggle with nausea and vomiting in the ealry months of pregnancy. About ten to 15 percent of them need medication to cope with morning sickness, but they worry it may harm their baby.
Researchers at Statens Serum Institut In Copenhagen looked at 1.2 million pregnancies from 1997 to 2011. They compared outcomes for women who used the most common nausea medicine, Reglan, and those who didn't
They found no increased risk of miscarriage, low birth weight, or birth defects. Results of the study are in the Journal of the American Medical Association.