Sick and scared....

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - First Trimester' started by TLosch, Dec 21, 2009.

  1. TLosch

    TLosch Jaxson Kyle

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    Hi! Is anyone else feeling sick all day and the thought of food makes you even more sick......its like I have to force myself to eat...is this normal and will it go away?? :sick:
     
  2. Guppy051708

    Guppy051708 2 by Sea 2 by Land

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    i havn't felt like that yet, but im sure its coming :sick:
    Most woman's MS stops around weeks 10-12.
    I hear taking Vitamin B6 can help with the MS as well as ginger.
    I have been taking B6 and I have rarely felt nauseous. Last time (wasn't taking B6) i felt like i was going to throw up unless i ate (that started around 4 and half weeks, i think). So i think the B6 is helping.

    Hope you feel better soon! I know its hard, but eating will help with the MS. Instead of eating 3 large meals, eat 6-8 small snacks. Crackers will be your best friend.
     
  3. bek74

    bek74 Mum of 5

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    yes for those who suffer ms it is normal. Eat small amounts of food and more often, this helps alot. Also taking a good pregnancy vitamin can help.
     
  4. babers

    babers Well-Known Member

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    I always lose weight in the beginning of pregnancy. I found that fruit and salads are some of the only things that really appeal to me. I can barely eat a thing. Just remind yourself to drink fluids and you will be fine. It will end and you will make up for all the stuff you didn't eat. I always do.
     
  5. venusrockstar

    venusrockstar ~Aspiring Photographer~

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    Try eating salty crackers before getting out of bed in the morning.

    Eating smaller meals every 2-3 hours seems to help me also...I've only thrown up twice in almost 12 weeks.

    Ginger ale might help and I heard the smell of peppermint or citrus can help.
     
  6. halas

    halas Well-Known Member

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    i brought mints and epermint gum it helped and ginger nut cookies just try keep your fluids up mistly so you dont dehydrate
     

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