Ugh.. it's back!

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Third Trimester' started by Nic1107, Dec 16, 2009.

  1. Nic1107

    Nic1107 Mommy to a toddler

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    I know it's common for nausea to come back in late pregnancy since the babies are squishing our stomachs, but I didn't expect it to come back with such a vengeance! Apparently I ate too much on Monday, even though it was no more than I'd been eating lately, because I was horribly ill early
    Tuesday morning. Slept all day yesterday, and just managed about a meal's worth of food stretched out over the whole night. Blah... now I'm afraid to eat, and baby's only gonna be squishing more on my stomach over the next five weeks... :( Anyone else feeling sick again in the last month?
     
  2. KateH & bump

    KateH & bump Active Member

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    Funnily enough I was just about to write a similar thread! Im 30+4 and over the last week or so have been feeling really sick after I eat - don't like the thought of eating a proper meal (four nights on the run I have but my tea in the bin). I'm going back to early stage tactics - little and often!

    I just feel full all the time!

    How am I going to get through another ten weeks?

    Any advice PLEASE

    xx
     
  3. emalou90

    emalou90 Well-Known Member

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    you know what, i thought i was coming down with something! but im not!
    urgh, today i feel terrible

    sometimes i feel so darn hungry the next i feel so full! its all because shes sticking her legs in my stomach :( horrid!! xx
     
  4. billybump

    billybump mummy to my little man

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    I get this but some days are better than others so don't worry. Eat little and often on the bad days, that seems to work for me.
     

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