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Pregnant women with severe morning sickness who take antihistamines are significantly more likely to experience adverse outcomes

Women with a severe form of morning sickness who take antihistamines to help them sleep through their debilitating nausea are significantly more likely to experience adverse pregnancy outcomes, including low birth weight babies and premature births.
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