Post # 1
First of all, I realize I don’t have it that bad, and really shouldn’t complain. I’m 13+1 on pregnancy #2, and right on schedule, the nausea and vomiting has begun. Last time, it started at EXACTLY this day and lasted until 17 weeks, and only really popped up about once a week, so I’m hoping to get off similarly light this time. But I threw up for the first time this morning, after really hoping this just wouldn’t happen this time around, since so many other things were different. Oh well, here we go again.
Post # 2
- Wedding: Las Vegas, Nevada
I’ve been puking or gagging before I even had a positive pregnancy test 😑 I’m 12 weeks now and praying it ends soon. I miss eating lol
Post # 3
😬😬😬 fingers crossed for you, that’s rough!
Post # 4
Hope it eases up for you! I had it beginning at 6 weeks and ending well after I gave birth lol.
Post # 5
thanks. Last time (and so far this time) it has been first thing in the morning only, I throw up and move on, with a couple exceptions of bouts of nausea through the day. I realize this makes it barely work mentioning, but it makes me nervous committing to bus travel in the mornings 😂
Post # 6
- Wedding: September 2011 - Boy #1 12/2015, boy #2 02/2018
Yes it happened to me. Got a little sick after first trimester. Kids are good and healthy.
Post # 7
Just pray you aren’t throwing up until the very end like I was. Man that sucked.
Post # 8
yes, my first is fine too, this must just be how my body does pregnancy. It’s just annoying reading all the weekly things saying ‘you’re probably feeling a lot better now!’ Just as I’m starting to feel sick 😭
I sincerely hope not. I know a few people who have experienced that too and it sounds horrible.
Post # 9
The exact samething happened to me when I was pregnant! I had very little nausea throughout the first trimester and If I ate I was better but then 13 weeks came and I throw up a few times and had more nausea then first trimester and mine actually lasted until about 17 weeks as well! I asked my nurse about it and they just told me every pregnancy is so different! Interesting how on your second the samething is happening!