Post # 17
Just before 6 weeks I started getting a little nausea throughout the day, at 6 weeks it got worse and I am still in it. Tomorrow is 7weeks. I dont generally throw up more than a little spit up, but I dry heave A LOT! and its doesnt seem to be specific to a time. It comes and goes in waves.
Post # 18
Weeks 6 and 7 were all day nausea (but only one instance of vomiting) and at exactly 9 weeks I started having all day nausea and vomiting. In-between that (week 8) I felt fine. No MS at all. The nausea and vomiting all day from week 9 lasted up until the beginning of week 11 (where I am now- 11w4d), where it switched back to nausea, but on and off…thankfully not all day. Today was the worst day I’ve had for MS this week (all day with dry heaving), but I’m hoping tomorrow will go back to the on and off, more manageable stuff.
Post # 19
@NJmeetsBX: Before I realised I was pregnant, I was feeling nauseous and tired. I’d say it was around the 5 week mark. Lasted through to 14 weeks but it’s been an easy ride through the second trimester.
Post # 20
@NJmeetsBX: 6 1/2 weeks is when it started. It got really bad, really fast and then continued being bad until around 12 weeks, where it got a teeeeeeeensy bit better each week until 17 weeks, when i could stop taking Zofran. I’m 23 weeks now and still got nausea, but not very often and not as bad as before.
Post # 21
Nasua right away ONLY when I smelled cigarettes… If I didn’t smell them I was OK