Sickness returned!!

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  1. Leanne Louise

    Leanne Louise Mother of 1, Pregnant

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    Hi girls, I'm just over 14 weeks and for the past 2 weeks my sicness had started to ease off now all of a sudden it has come back.has this happened to anyone and what is the reason for this.....I thought hormones had started to drop back down by now xx
     
  2. babyv_s2012

    babyv_s2012 1st little princess

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    Yes, this happened to me! I was sick free for three days then i realised it and told hubby next day i was sick all day it was awful. It's a whole lot better than 1st tri i lost a bunch of weight and was really quite poorly it does get easier and now i know the times im going to be sick and i dont really have the awful nausea. Hope you feel better soon :)
     
  3. Gem_Clem

    Gem_Clem Well-Known Member

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    Yes it happened and is still happening to me, i had severe sickness from 6wks to 14wks, was in hospital and put on anti sickness meds, it went away for about a week then came back again. I have been clear of it for about 3 weeks just nausea all day but this wk it has returned again :( Its awful. Really thought it would be over by now. My midwife said it can come and go all through pregnancy GREAT!!
     
  4. Reno

    Reno Mama to 2 boys

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    I am 14+5 and I still have my bad days! I started crying the other night cos I felt so sick at the smell of DH frying burgers for dinner in the kitchen I thought I was going to be sick! I was upset because I thought the nausea was all over, but it's not! :'(
     
  5. numpty1979

    numpty1979 Pregnant and mother of 1

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    I'm 26 weeks and suffered really badly from about 6-14 weeks. It eased off until I was only being sick about 3 times a week. It's only recently come back worse than ever. It's a nightmare
     
  6. nikki79

    nikki79 Well-Known Member

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    I still get waves of nausea now at nearly 20 weeks. Luckily it's just heaving rather than actual sickness.

    Nik
     
  7. brittanymc

    brittanymc newly married and preggo!

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    Yes!I have had morning sickness pretty much everyday from exactly 6 weeks and I am still having it now..Im afraid mine will never go away :( Hope yours goes away soon!
     
  8. jen74

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    Im 14+1 and sicness is worse than ever :cry: xx
     
  9. Jennifurball

    Jennifurball Mother of 1 and a bump!

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    I suffered from nausea from about week 6 to 10, that went but now I have started dry heaving when I get up in a morning. Like a horrible hungover feeling. :(
     
  10. xloulabellex

    xloulabellex Mummy to 2 beautiful boys

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    I had sickness until 14 weeks, then it stopped.. out of nowhere... then again from like 17 weeks, it started again.. I get waves of bleurhghness every now and again.. naughty hormones! Hope you start to feel better soon! xx
     
  11. Leanne Louise

    Leanne Louise Mother of 1, Pregnant

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    Thank you for all your replies....so much for everyone saying it only lasts until your 12 weeks hey! My son is 3 now and iv forgotten how long I actually had it with him, never mind it's all worth it in the end :) hope you all start to feel better soon aswell x x x
     

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