With my oldest, I was sick soon after getting to the hospital. I was in the bathroom and threw up all over the floor. Of course, I wasn't in my right mind, so I immediately tried to clean it up. My husband came to check on me and gently scolded me for cleaning it up and pretty much carried me to the bed.
With number two, I got sick during transition, IIRC. I was luck to be able to have enough warning that they gave me a couple of little blue bags.
No sickness with number three, though. I think staying home and not being stressed out as long as I did with him helped in that regard.
I was sick a few times when the epidural got pinched and was not flowing as it should. Then I got sick again while pushing, had to actually stop pushing in order to vomit for a few minutes, then went back to pushing.
I wasn't sick but I had demanded anti-emetics as soon as I got in the hospital (at 5cm) and I got those before they even gave me the G&A. Felt very sick during the c-section after the spinal block but again, wasn't actually sick.
The midwife told me it's very common because of the contractions pushing and squeezing your stomach about.
I was sick as a pig with my 2nd! From about 8pm Thursday until 5.54pm Friday when I delivered. I was induced at 12pm with a pessary and nothing seemed to be happening so I had tea on the ward and then went the cafe downstairs and had chicken in black beans sauce and noodles with a friend, at 6pm I got a hyperstimulated uterus from the pessary and then I was taken delivery at 8pm and it started then. It was rank, I will never forget the smell or eat chick in blackbean ever again! I was given anti-sickness pills and jabs and nothing stopped it. I would just randomly hurl for the next 22hrs. Even after delivery they gave tea/toast..one bite I had and boom off I went again. I was fine by next morning though, I blame induction and the hyperstimulation..
nope i didnt was 1 of my biggest fears about myself during labour didnt even feel sick either my other fear was pooping and well that happend urgh haha i was mortified at the thought before going into labour but wen it happend and afterwards i wasnt botherd because the midwife didnt make it out to be a big deal which helpd alot she made it out to be a joke to be honest but better to laugh than want to cry and let the floor swallow u up haha xx
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