Burping....(TMI)

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - First Trimester' started by miss charlie, Apr 19, 2009.

  1. miss charlie

    miss charlie 1st timester

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    Is anyone else finding that they don't really feel sick or nauseous but they cant stop burping?? My stomach definitely feel weird but I dont feel sick (yet!).

    Sorry its gross but I was wondering if its just me??!!
     
  2. babystar

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    :hugs::hugs: i was real windy (burps wise) for the 1st few wks that I found out I was preg. It stoped about 8 wks tho :)
     
  3. miss charlie

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    Phew its not just me being crazy!! LOL.

    I keep thinking I must stop drinking fizzy...oh hold on I'm only drinking water!!
     
  4. babystar

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    It will pass! I hate it tho.. I havent had any actual morning sickness at all however with my last 2 pregnancies I had it constantly! And with my 1st it was throughout the WHOLE pregnancy!

    I wish sometimes (although I am grateful for having no sickness lol) that I would be sick rather than the burbing or the dry wretching that I had gotten! :rofl:
     
  5. honey08

    honey08 mum2two boys/2mc

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    omg i was the same !!! didnt have any sickness ...... but burping :blush: i use to make OH jump :rofl: it does past tho !
     
  6. miss charlie

    miss charlie 1st timester

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    Well its still very early days for me yet...my Ma and my sister both suffered with morning sickness so I know it'll kick in at some point!

    Probably tomorrow as its the end of half term today and back to school tomorrow - well the kids aren't in until tuesday..that'll be when it starts, I can see it now -

    "excuse me class" *runs outside retching*
     
  7. miss charlie

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    Well that or I'll just burp at the kids!
     
  8. charlottesma

    charlottesma Mum to 2!

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    I was really lucky as my classroom is right near the ladies, I did feel for my poor TA a little though as I kept leaving her in the lurch part way through lessons.
     
  9. Pregnancy-No1

    Pregnancy-No1 Well-Known Member

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    Im 11 weeks and 5 days and still burping away!! its anoying! I never used to burp and when I did I could do it without any sound, NOT ANYMORE, even if I keep my mouth shut it still makes a sound! Im only drinking water no fizzy drinks
     
  10. pootle33

    pootle33 Mummy to two boys!

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    I had lots of burping between weeks 4 and 6 - if i tried i could burp constantly at any moment. Unfortunately the burping passed and turned into full blown nausea (but without any sickness). I think the burping is just your stomach's initial reaction to the changing hormones in your body.
     
  11. Kittenk

    Kittenk Pregnant, first trimester

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    *burp* Excuse me! Yes, I have been burping heaps too, no morning sickness or nausea. I feel very un-ladylike!
     
  12. Sakura-chan

    Sakura-chan Well-Known Member

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    I have been nauseaus (such a hard word to spell?!?) and have thrown up once (totally unexpectedly into my hand- gross!)- when I am not nauseaus though I burp all the time!!!!!! It is kind of gross but I am hoping is passes!

    Miss Charlie, you and I have very similar due dates. I am still waiting for a scan to confirm though!!
     

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