Morning sickness returned but it's different? Anyone else?

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  1. Jennifaerie

    Jennifaerie Mummy to 1, baking #2

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    I had nausea in weeks 5 -7, then retching a lot and being a little bit sick every so often through to week 9. Since then my MS has vastly improved and had pretty much disappeared.

    Until this morning when I found myself being violently sick :cry: has anyone else had this? It makes me so nervous as I'm going to Glastonbury in a couple of weeks and really don't want MS to take hold again!
     
  2. catcatcat

    catcatcat Well-Known Member

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    u might have a stomach bug or it could be a random hormone surge. your brave going to glastonbury, x
     
  3. Jennifaerie

    Jennifaerie Mummy to 1, baking #2

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    I'm feeling better now so guessing hormones. It's my fifth Glasto lol x ill be fine (I hope) lol!
     
  4. Maz1510

    Maz1510 Well-Known Member

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    Urghhhhi i am the same.

    Had ms wk 5-7+ wretching and constant nausea with occ sikness usually after brushing my teeth.. then i thought i had cracked it and was going....

    Then 8+ its back and i am violently sik. last night half 10 and again at 11 it was horrendous i thought it was going to happen again but managed to fall asleep. this morning was the same but managed tp keep breakfast down.

    Tonight i just can not seem to get rid of the empty tummy feeling. It feels almost growling hungry. I ate at 6 again at 8 and its still there!!! arhhhhhh!!
    I know its a good thing but its soooooo hard!!
     

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