Post # 1
Has anyone else experienced 2nd tri morning sickness (more like all day sickness)? I am 21w3d and having horrible morning sickness. It’s been happening for about a week now, at first I though it was a stomach bug but since it is not going away I’m pretty positive it is MS. I can’t even stand the smell of most foods right now. I can only eat plan bread and ginger ale. I did not have MS during my 1st tri. I think I had a few bad days but not very many. I guess we are never really out of the woods when it comes to pregnancy symptoms.
Post # 3
my sister had it almost thoughout her whole pregnancy.
Post # 4
I had it pretty bad until 16sh weeks Tiffany, and still have the occasional vomit fest. Sorry you aren’t well 🙁 .
Post # 5
I was one of those “lucky ones” that hadmorning sickness all the way to the delivery room. My doctor prescribed me anti nausea wafers called ondansetron or zofran zidis which are usually safe to take during pregnancy (the doctor will assess you first before handing them out). If it is getting too much this might be an option for you. Downside is that they can be super expensive – I don’t know how much in the US but around $80 for a pack of 12 in Australia. Hope you come good soon!
Post # 6
@almajele: My perscription for Zofran (I got the generic Ondansatron) with insurance cost me about $8.
Post # 7
@MarryMeTiffany: some people have it ALL throughout:((( I had mine very aggressively until about 18w….and now at 215d, I have it like once every 10 days. It sucks but I have come to terms with it. Hey, we’ve only got 4 more months though!
Post # 8
Yep, my morning sickness never went away during either pregnancy; I was on Zofran the whole time, and then with my son, I was also on Unisom/B6 for the worst parts. If you’re suffering, ask your care provider about getting on prescription meds, or doing a Unisom/B6 regimen. It sucks, but there are things out there that can help. 🙂
Post # 9
is this your first pregnancy? I have 2 daughters. With my first daughter I had “all day sickness” for 7 months till i payed close attention to what may be making me feel that way. i started taking my prenatals right before bed and VIOLA! it went away just like that. With my second daughter i started with the prenatals in the evening as well since they made me so sick the first time.. i was sick off and on for about a month, before i realized that my stomach didnt take well to orange juice in the mornings… then i had a sick free pregnancy 🙂
Post # 10
Yep. My MS went away for a little bit and then came back worse than before in my second trimester. It was really, really bad for a few weeks. Now it comes and goes and I have good days and bad. It is not fun at all. I feel for you!
Post # 11
@ieatunicorns: That’s the way it should be here!Unfortunately it’s not covered by insurance where I live. As it is I managed to just afford it,but my heart goes out to those poor ladies who wouldn’t be able to.