(Closed) When did your nausea end?

posted 4 years ago in Pregnancy
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

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bibber :  Mine started at 8 weeks, peaked at 10 weeks, started to let up a bit at 14 weeks, but is still somewhat present at 20 weeks. It’s not nearly as bad, but I still get grossly full after eating sometimes and don’t have a bit appetite. Everyone’s different though! Most people feel sick when their stomach is empty and better when they eat; I’m the opposite.

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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

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bibber :  Have you asked your doctor about diclegis (unisom and b6)?  I was nauseous all day until I started taking it at 8.5 weeks.  It did wonders for me! 

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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

About 8 hours after I gave birth :-(. But I think that is very rare! I hope yours goes away soon!

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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

Mine started really early, like 4 or 5 weeks and eased up around 10 weeks. By 12 weeks it was gone.

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Helper bee

First baby – didn’t go away at all the entire pregnancy 🙁

Second – eased up around 20 wks.

Third – Started around 8 wks, was gone by 16.

Current pregnancy – Started around 8 wks, gone by 14.  Used Unisom with this pregnancy and it has helped a ton!

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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

Off like a light switch at 14 weeks. I thought it would never end. Whatever you do, don’t let yourself get hungry! Hunger  made it 10 times worse for me. 

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Helper bee

This is my first pregnancy. I was very nauseos starting at 6 weeks. I started vomiting at 8 weeks and that stuck around until week 17. It changed after 12 weeks from vomiting in the morning to vomiting after dinner. I’m sorry bee it is not the best feeling but once it passes you don’t really remember it too much. Just try to get through one day at a time that’s what helped me when I was going through that phase. It was awful though I would cry to dh and say I wish I did more research about morning sickness prior to getting pregnant and maybe we would of waited. It is all worth it though – eat what you can and stay hydrated. It will pass before you know it! Good luck!

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Blushing bee

Started around week 9 and ended around week 13 or so. Has crept back in at 35 weeks 

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Honey bee
  • Wedding: December 2013

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bibber :  Mine peaked between 9-12 weeks, tapered around 13. I had a diminished appetite until about 16.

Post # 12
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Blushing bee

Mine started at 6 weeks, was at its worst from weeks 8-10 and got a little better from then on. I’m hoping it’s starting to taper off for good (I’ll be 14 weeks tomorrow). I will now go 3 days in a row where I will have no nausea whatsoever, but it will hit me the next morning like a ton of bricks. I guess having more good days than bad is a start, but I’m looking forward to the nausea being a think of the past  

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

Ended at 28 weeks with my last pregnancy 

Post # 14
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

I’ve also been having night time nausea/gagging/vomiting. I noticed if I force myself to have a small portioned dinner I feel better. I can definetly eat more but afterwards I feeel like crap and it’s too much for my stomach to hold. I’m 14 weeks today and I think I’ve just gotten used to the feeling/am better managing it. I also have to verbally tell mysellf when I brush my teeth at night and I start gagging ‘you do not have to puke you are all-right” and it does help. It feels good at the time to puke and satisfy the nausea but afterwards I get such bad stomachache and burning in my throat I’d rather try and walk-it off than vomit. Also I get so disappointed if I can’t keep my dinner down. The night time nausea Def. Isn’t fun since the food from my entire day is accumulated. You should feel better around weeks 12-14 from what I hear. The smells / food aversions are more of an issue for me and alll-day long acid reflux but again it’s off-and-on all day and sadly I think I’m used to the discomfort by now and thankful I don’t have all day sickness 

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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

Mine lasted from 6 weeks to 18 weeks and was terrible during that time.  Now I’m at 25 weeks and feeling great! The only thing that worked for the nausea was medicine (zofran made a huge difference for me). 

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