36 weeks, nausea,backache and general stomach ache
I feel so awful this morning
started last night feeling sick like in the 1st trimester.
Ive got a huge phobia of being sick so im really stressing about this ladies
im crying constantly at the thought of being sick and my partner is away this weekend at a work course so im terrified il be sick alone.
ive been getting general stomach ache like period pain. lasts a minute or so and i have a few a day but its gradually increasing
also back pain which shoots down my leg
shooting pains up the vagina as well and lots of braxton hicks...
had an internal exam the other day.
Has it kicked labour off? does it sound like its happening?
im so scared of being sick
im shaking with nerves about it
i just want to sleep but i cant get to sleep. feel so so sick and dodgy tummy too
wish i knew if this was the beginning of the end
the other day the doc said i wasnt dialating and everything feels ok to the midwife
im so scared
I find that if I sit very still, not moving my head, the nausea goes away. Also, you could try something to take your mind off it - walk slowly around the block (fresh air sometimes helps), read a book or magazine or something like that. Being sick is not a usual sign of late pregnancy, so it's not likely that you will actually be sick, but you might well feel nauseous. By the way, the official name for serious fear of being sick is "emetophobia".
P.S. I haven't heard of an internal exam setting off labour. Doesn't mean it doesn't happen - just means I haven't heard of it.
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