Post # 1
First time poster here. I’m only 5w5d along but have noticed that I start to feel nauseous after 4pm. But fine during the morning! I know you can get morning sickness at any time kind of thing but has anybody dealt with it just at night? Its making going to sleep extremely hard as my stomach is constantly telling me it wants to dispel all of its contents. Is there anything I can do? (except for move to a different time zone! haha) Thanks!
Post # 2
You could try some ginger biscuits or crackers just before bed. I found my sickness was better if I ate.
Post # 3
Yes. I had night time nausea with both pregnancies. Try vitamin B6 + Unisom.
Post # 4
I have hyperemesis, so less than a month out from birth I am still sick daily. But I did/do find my symptoms worse at night. Somehow I can tell you when 10/10:30pm is daily because it is honestly like clockwork. I agree with Twizbe, I am better when I eat, bland carbs almost constantly… So maybe a snack before bed will really help? Also sip liquids frequently to avoid large amounts at once and talk to your Doctor. There are some really helpful medications and you might need to play around to find the right ones. Best of luck and congratulations!
Post # 5
Yep. I have had afternoon and evening sickness with all of my kids. I wake up feeling like a million bucks and it goes downhill all day. I’ve taken some of the morning sickness drugs, and also tried the Benadryl, B6 cocktail, eating small meals, seabands, ginger, you name it. Unfortunately, time has been the best cure for me and I’m usually on the mend by week 17. I think the B6 does take the edge off and the small bland snacks (hello saltines!).
Post # 6
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Yeah that name is a total lie. My experience was I was sick all day long my entire pregnancy. Diclegis helped but it didnt help. I was still very sick all day long. but if I tried to stop taking it (and I did under the impression it was 0 help )it got to a point where I couldn’t eat because it was so bad. We tried different medicines but none of them helped except that one in it’s very limited way. But I am not sure how common it is to be sick the entire time.
Post # 7
you can get it anytime. It happens a lot in the morning for many (or is worse in the morning) because you have an empty stomach first thing in the morning. I had nausea and aversions throughout the day and evening but usually only threw up in the morning, so I guess it was “worse” in the morning. You can eat lots of carbs to help lol. I generally ate english muffins or bagels in the morning. Toast would be good as well or cereal.
Post # 8
I had all day sickness. “Morning” sickness is a lie.
Post # 9
Thanks guys for all the tips! Much appreciated. I live on english muffins and eggs! they taste amazing!
Post # 10
I also would only feel sick at night, I found taking medication for gastric reflux helped me feel better, because that’s mainly part of the reason why I didn’t feel well.
Post # 11
I had the exact same problem. 4pm was when it all started and mornings were fine. The only thing that helped were ginger candies. Real ginger bits in a lozenge. I remember my husband running out to buy me some because I ran out one night. I looked at him with wide eyes and an empty bag and he bolted for the store. LOL! Luckily it only last 1 month. I really enjoyed my pregnancy otherwise 😉