(Closed) Question about Morning Sickness

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  • Post # 2
    7437 posts
    Busy Beekeeper
    • Wedding: February 2013

    I had all day sickness during weeks 6-17, and then again from about week 34 to the end. I actually only threw up about 6-10 times. It would happen after I brushed my teeth, only once did it happen for seemingly no reason. It really sucked, and I absolutely DREADED brushing my teeth.

    Post # 3
    967 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: October 2012

    Mine was vomitting all the time, so maybe you’ll be “lucky” enough to just be nauseous.

    Post # 4
    8882 posts
    Buzzing Beekeeper

    I had 1 morning around 6 weeks and then nothing until 38w. I was really lucky.  It’s possible that your nausea will go away.  If it gets really bad the doctor can give you something. I took Diclectin at the end of my pregnancy and it made me feel normal again.

    Post # 5
    307 posts
    Helper bee
    • Wedding: June 2011

    I think mine started around week 7 and pretty much immediately included vomiting. Zofran helped control the vomiting, but I was still nauseous every day, especially in the evenings. I was able to stop taking Zofran around week 19, but have continued to throw up every now and then (currently 23 weeks). I’m like you – even though it sucks, it was a huge reassurance in the beginning. But now that I am feeling her move all the time, I’m definitely over it! 😉

    Post # 6
    565 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: September 2013 - Pavilion at Rocky Neck State Park

    I think I was about 8 weeks when it turned to vomiting. It was pretty consistent (just about every day) till week 14. Since then I haven’t even been nauseous

    Post # 7
    1916 posts
    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: April 2012

    My doctor told me that I could take half a tablet of unisom each night and the difference was like night and day.  I would sleep 8-9 hours and wake up like a normal person.

    I didn’t vomit, but I did have nausea during my first trimester.  I stopped taking the unisom around 14 weeks.

    Post # 8
    331 posts
    Helper bee

    Andthepupmakes3:  I have been nauseous since week 5, and I’m still nauseous at almost 12 weeks. But, I haven’t actually thrown up yet. I haven’t thrown up period in about 6 years though, I seem to have a really strong constitution when it comes to that and almost no gag reflex. Like even though I’m nauseous, I can still brush my tongue when I brush my teeth. So I think I might just be a lucky one. 

    Post # 9
    11747 posts
    Sugar Beekeeper
    • Wedding: November 1999

    Andthepupmakes3:  nausea was pretty persistent all day from weeks 4-16 or so. It would randomly let up for a few days at a time. I vomited randomly a few times, nothing bad though. You wont necessarily ever vomit though.

    Post # 10
    162 posts
    Blushing bee
    • Wedding: March 2013

    Nausea started around week 7 for me. Vomiting started week 8 and lasted for about 7 weeks. It was nearly every day for me. Some people never vomit though. So you may be fine.

    Post # 11
    209 posts
    Helper bee
    • Wedding: December 2012

    I was nauseous from early on to around 12 weeks, when it turned into vomiting. I was pretty unwell, vomitting around 8 times a day until 20 weeks, when I started to feel better. Morning sickness it tough!

    Post # 12
    2606 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: May 2009

    I’m currently 14 weeks.  I was nauseated a LOT starting a few days after my BFP until a couple weeks ago.  I still don’t feel great from time to time, and my gag reflex is through the roof, but no actual throwing up.  I hate hate HATE throwing up, so I’m happy about that.  I’m a massage therapist, so I was fearful about having to grab the garbage can or go running from the room while working on a client, (real relaxing!).  

    Post # 13
    4518 posts
    Honey bee
    • Wedding: September 2010

    Nausea began at 6 weeks. 

    Vomiting began soon after, at 7 weeks or so. (Every day.)

    The vomiting ended at 17 weeks, but the nausea would return off and on till the end. 

    Some women never vomit, though, so you never know. I never had to barf in front of anyone at work — I could always feel it coming & would escape to the bathroom. 

    Post # 14
    144 posts
    Blushing bee
    • Wedding: February 2012

    Nauseous almost constantly from week 6-10. Never threw up until Week 16, but my dr said the vomiting wasn’t MS (it was actually reflux). Zofran helped with the nausea, though.

    Post # 15
    9686 posts
    Buzzing Beekeeper
    • Wedding: September 2013

    I had MS from weeks 8-16.  I was sick to my stomach anytime I didn’t eat soon enough or if something smelled bad.  Mornings were the worst, or if I ate something that just didn’t sit right.  I felt like the throwing up was kinda random… sometimes I’d throw up and other times I would be able to hold it together.

    You can have nausea and never throw up though.  So it won’t necessarily progress to that.

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