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- Wedding: May 2012
Just curious. Thanks!
Just curious. Thanks!
16 weeks tomorrow and it’s still getting worse 🙁
How’s your’s doing, travelingfool?
Once I figured out that I was only getting nauseated if I got too hungry, I was able to prevent it more effectively. I try to eat snacks often, and I try to make sure there is some protein in each snack and meal. I think I was around 11 or 12 weeks when it started to subside a bit, and now at 15 weeks I’m only queasy if I forget a snack or am very late for a meal.
Hope you feel better soon ladies!
Well last Sunday I threw up several times and felt miserable. This work week I haven’t thrown up but still have been nauseous at night so I have been taking Zofran. Today it is the weirdest thing. I haven’t felt nauseous all day. Right now, is normally my worst time of day and I don’t feel bad at all. I don’t even feel starving and I haven’t had a snack after work. So dare I hope it just stopped???? Miracle week 19?
Mine has slowly faded, but has not gone away entirely. I’m still sick every single morning and if I don’t take zofran I end up throwing up and feeling miserable all day. I tried stopping a few times, only to wind up being super sick again. I’ve got plans to keep taking it once a day (morning only) until I’m not throwing up daily, then I’ll try again to take myself off.
I’ve had good and bad days though. I could go a day feeling great and throw up just once, then the next be back to getting sick 3+ times a day. I’ve thrown up daily since week 6, zofran since then, and diagnosed with hyperemesis between week 8-9. Totally sucks :
I am glad you posted this. I am 7 weeks along and have had really bad neusea but no throwing up. I get super dizzy and light headed. I have to eat every few hours or I feel worse.
I also wonder if I am going to stay this way, or will my morning sickness get worse or slow down.
@Mrs.Jansen: For me, my actual nausea was worst at weeks 7-9 since it was all day, everyday. Then I felt betterish for a couple of weeks and then started a new pattern with throwing up in the morning and nauseous with occasionaly throwing up in the evening from weeks 12-now (19) and hoping it is ending???
I’m very interested in this thread. I was wondering the same thing myself! I’ve also heard it can get worse after 6 weeks or at 6 weeks before it gets better. 🙁 I’ve noticed mine gets a lot worse if I don’t keep something in my stomach. Usually mid-morning or midafternoon, somtimes a few hours after dinner. It comes in waves but so far (4 weeks along) I’ve been able to contain it to just a few waves of nausea. We’ll see if it gets worse or better from here. With so many symptoms I know it can vary so much from woman to woman.
@Mrs.Jansen: Well actually I think that it is better now then it was at weeks 7-9 because I wasn’t very functional then– it was all day and terrible even though I wasn’t throwing up. Now I can function most days and feel nauseous at night and when I first get up.
I’m 14 weeks today, and its kinda fading. For about 2 1/2 weeks it was 24/7. Unless I was alsleep, I was soooo sick and miserable. Now I have sections of 5 or 6 hours where I’m ok, but then I’ll get hit with another wave of nausea (really really reallly bad nausea) and it will last 6-12 hours. I’m hoping it will keep going with longer time not sick, shorter time sick.
If I don’t eat about every 2 hours I get nauseous. It goes away as long as I eat a solid snack (protein bar, oatmeal, cheese & crackers). Fruit doesn’t cut it. I was hoping it would go away completely. I’m 18 weeks so maybe it still will go away, but I think I’m grasping at straws for that.
Interesting post! 🙂
I’m 16 weeks and being sick every day, usually twice a day. 🙁 It sucks. Badly.
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