I have had this since 5 weeks and I'm currently 8 weeks 3 days , I feel nauseous in the morning, until I eat something, then the hunger is gone for an hour or two then the nausia creeps back until I eat again, this usually last until lunch time then I'm ok... This is defiantly linked with ms ;-) its all normal, h&h 9 months xxx how far along are you? Xxx
I have the same as Dolly.. I dis throw up the other day but haven't since thankfully. The nausea gets pretty bad until I eat and then goes away until I need to eat again. I have so many food aversions though it is hard to eat..
Glad you posted this as I'm in the same boat. Not actually being sick but wake up and within 10 minutes have really bad nausea until I eat something - but best I can manage is brown toast with marmite. Even a bowl of cereal is too much. Then throughout the day it carries on and if I wait too long between eating and get too hungry I then feel really really sick. This has been going for about 3 weeks or so - maybe more. I'm 9 + 3 now.
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