feels like im back in 1st tri again

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  1. Tudor Rose

    Tudor Rose Mummy

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    the sickness has returned at 23 weeks with the added bonus of heartburn:(
    not gone work today as i feel that ill i will have go in tomorrow as im the only senior available and work has already been on the phone pestering me to go in tomorrow :( i had to sleep sat up to ease my tum, it doesnt help when a cetain little madam in my tum uses my stomach as a trampoline.

    im trying to eat small meals now see if it helps as i know everything is getting squashed now, hope this sickness disappears fast!
     
  2. bungle

    bungle Mummy of 2 girls

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    Bless you! If it's any consolation my ms returned at 19wks but it only stuck around for a week so hopefully this'll be short-lived for u too. Hugs x
     
  3. bbyno1

    bbyno1 Well-Known Member

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    aww i really hope mine dont return but i hope your sickness goes quick x
     
  4. Baylioomy

    Baylioomy Well-Known Member

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    I know how you feel. I had m/s from week 5 to 9, then evening sickness returned at week 15. I was feeling so sick every night.

    It did pass... I hope it does the same for you!
     
  5. tinadecember

    tinadecember Mummy to Evie and TTC

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    :( my morning sickness hasnt returned but im afraid the heartburn part is only going to get worse as the bubs gets bigger x
     
  6. lauralora

    lauralora Well-Known Member

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    this happend to me at about 22 weeks, i think the hormones increase or something, because i turned into such a bitch aswell lol, and this lasted for about 2 weeks then i went back to normal, but it was horrible i couldnt walk without wanting to throw up!

    i dont think you will have it for long :)
    x
     
  7. lauralora

    lauralora Well-Known Member

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    oh and the heartburn, i still have that ... drink milk when you wake up and before you go to bed, then any other time you get it, trust me it works wonders xx
     
  8. **angel**

    **angel** SAHM to 4 babas

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    Oh no :( hope it eases off for you xxx
     
  9. RHR

    RHR Mummy 2 Isabelle & Sophie

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    Poor you hun. I hope you feel better soon. Don't feel forced into going into work tomorrow if you don't feel any better.

    I occasionally have indigestion and have found that having some milk helps me.
     
  10. Tudor Rose

    Tudor Rose Mummy

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    thanx i went through gallons of milk when i was expecting my eldest. the heart burn was horrific, im sending DH the chemist now get me some Gaviscon,
     
  11. Shining Star

    Shining Star Proud Mummy!

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    Hi,

    So sorry hun! Hopefully the sickness will be shortlived and will pass soon. I feel for you with the heartburn too... I feel like I have either heartburn or indegestion for about 80% of my day! I was :cry: at 4am this morning as I was so tired and fed up of it!

    It will all be worth it in the end! :happydance:
     
  12. Shwhattam+1

    Shwhattam+1 Pregnant - 1st Trimester

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    Not sure if you have Zantac in the UK, but it's safe for baby and the only thing that eases my heartburn.
     

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