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Old Dec 8th, 2008, 07:00 AM   11
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hope your feeling better soon, did you ring the doc/mw? xx



 
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Old Dec 8th, 2008, 07:06 AM   12
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a friend of mine had really ba m/s and had to go to hospital to be put on a drip, not very nice but if u r dehydrated it will be dangerous for you and baby, get it checked out to be on the safe side x



 
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Old Dec 8th, 2008, 08:46 AM   13
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Well I managed to keep some boiled water down mid morning. It was really hard, but I did deep breathing and mind over matter not to go and vomit. I've just had lunch so let's see. I've got a busy teaching afternoon, so really hoping it stays down too.
Not rang the MW yet, but will do if I bring this back again I think.



 
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Old Dec 8th, 2008, 08:54 AM   14
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Aww hun, Im so sorry you are feeling so bad, its great that you have managed to keep some water down and fingers crossed your lunch will too but if it doesn't please call the midwife as it so important not to be dehydrated. I hope it all gets sorted out soon. Take care XX



 
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Old Dec 8th, 2008, 09:00 AM   15
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Sorry to hear you're feeling so bad hun, have you tried sucking on ice lollies or even ice cubes?? May not seem like much but if you continue to have trouble keeping anything down, they may help to keep you hydrated!



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Old Dec 8th, 2008, 12:37 PM   16
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Feeling for you hon. i'm 6+2 and morning sickness has just kicked in (mixed with cold/flu) and I could hardly stand infront of my class today!!! I kept breathing deeply to try and curb the nausea! Are you secondary or Primary? I'm thinking I my head of department will guess straight away if I start having time off, but If I feel as rubbish tomorrow theres no way I'm going in.



 
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Old Dec 8th, 2008, 12:59 PM   17
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Hey Niki, sorry you're suffering from the m/s so badly, I would see the midwife as soon as you can as it is better to get some liquids in you soon and if that is via a drip then so be it. I have my midwifes appoint on Thurs and I'm going to discuss this as I am starting to struggle and feeling quite guilty about the whole thing.

Take care hun....x.



 
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Old Dec 8th, 2008, 13:13 PM   18
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Feeling for you hon. i'm 6+2 and morning sickness has just kicked in (mixed with cold/flu) and I could hardly stand infront of my class today!!! I kept breathing deeply to try and curb the nausea! Are you secondary or Primary? I'm thinking I my head of department will guess straight away if I start having time off, but If I feel as rubbish tomorrow theres no way I'm going in.
I'm primary, but also teach year 7 as we're a 7-18 school. It is soooo hard to do the little ones right now, as they need so much full time attention and I just cannot give it to them. Are you secondary? I'm also head of dept, and just not getting my management tasks done AT ALL!! Roll on the holidays. Then I can sit with my head down the loo 24 hours a day if I need to!
Lunch and now 2 cups of boiled water have stayed down. It is a huge effort. I think it is mind over matter: just a case of not giving into the vomit. Let's see what dinner does. I find it easier to hold the in at school. At home it's too easy to run to the loo.



 
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Old Dec 8th, 2008, 15:54 PM   19
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Oh sweetheart, I know exactly how you feel - I find that it's worse when I'm at work though because I'm all trussed up in my suit and worried I'll be sick all over a client or something. Tried to get an appt with my doc today, as was told "Well I'm sorry but it's not an urgent case, you'll have to go to the hospital and wait if you really think it's that bad"

Typical of my docs.



 
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