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Ok so hear I go saying it outloud I think that I am very very blue:gloomy:
This 'all day sickness':barf: is really taking its toll physically and emotionally.
I feel really really useless. How much longer can it go on.
I think the blues are a combination of lots of things, the fear of another c/sec, trying to be informed about VBACs, a little fella who getting eye teeth and lack of sleep. I'm sorry if I sound like I am whinning, I guess I just had to get it out.
On the upside I am beginning to find some great support on the VBAC stuff. I just dont wanna:barf: anymore, do you think that is to much to ask:no:
hey there....first off heres a :hugs: an a :kiss: for u:D i used to have all day sickness too but lucky for me no vommiting and no other children to worry bout...
but i do know how horrible u must be feeling...im sure things will get better for you...i just wanted to offer my support and say i hope your feeling better soon:yes:
i know its bad nothing worse than being sick and drained of energy this worked for me i drank ginger beer and found it setteled my tummy and i finaly started keeping things down it will get better hope this helps
Hi, hope you're feeling better soon. Just remember, it does end at some point (for me - after the birth!) :hugs:
Oh Anna's mum I cant wait that long........................
Thanks for the hugs shannon its just what I needed
I'm off to get some ginger beer today :fingerscrossed:
I've been posting about my miserable morning sickness in the due january 2007 thread but glad to see someone else have a whinge.....and sound as miserable as me......mitchsmum i totally feel for you and i don't know how you do it with another child....after this episode dh and I reckon this one will be an only child!!!
i am 16 weeks...still violently :barf: every morning, afternoon, middle of the night. On top of that i've had three bouts of bad gastro that just exacerbated the :barf: + other areas we don't need to discuss!!
I just spend my time sobbing to dh that i'm sick of being sick. I'm so completely wiped out and i've had so many days off work....i can't bare to face a class of 30 teenagers when I feel like this!!!!
Just last week I was minding my own business in woolies when I was hit with the barf urge....what do you do??? Well I vomited into the bin they put the lettuce leaves in in the veg section!!! I've had to stop the car on the side of the road and hurl out the door on the way to work.....and the one i can't stand in the wake up at 2am to go to loo and be hit by barf then!!!!
Unbearable!!!!DH thinks we're having a :devil6: !!!!
Yuk Yuk Yuk
Big :hugs: to you I feel your pain
Sounds like on very strong baby
HUGE :hugs: to you ladies. I feel your pain!!! Until 12 weeks I was vomitting about 8 times a day, 12-17 weeks 5 times a day and from 17 weeks (still continuing at 20 weeks) only once a day :thumbsup: I feel so revitalised!!! I haven't got any miracle cures as nothing worked for me, not even the drugs, the only thing I can say is just go easy on yourself and cut yourself some slack, it is ok to feel misserable and unhappy....
I feel for all of you, while pregnant with Ryan I was sick several times a day until after the 7th month, nothing seemed to work for me.
With my current pregnancy when I the so called "morning sickness" started, I tried the sea sickness bands. Wore them 24/7 for a few days before I noticed anything but they worked. When i'd feel nausious i'd push a little on the pressure points and massage it and within a short time, i'd feel ok again :smiliedance:
I know they don't work for everyone, but if you've tried everything else, it can't hurt to give it a go.
Good Luck :fingerscrossed:
Maxolon (?) probably halved my sickness, I think I got it at about 6 months - then only chucked every two days ... might help? Other than that, I've got nothing ...:no:
well, it makes me feel a bit better to hear so many others in the same boat. i feel bad for all of us sickies!
my question is: how are the full-time workers going? i am struggling to get there before 10am some days and i havent been able to go in yesterday or today. i havent told my workmates yet (i'm not quite 9 weeks yet) so i am worried they think i am slacking off or being lazy in the cold weather. i spose they'll all know the truth in a couple more weeks, then i can say "NO I WASN'T BEING LAZY"! :)
Library-laksa, I know exactly what you mean! I was hoping to wait until 12 weeks to tell everyone at work but this week (nearly 11 weeks) I just had to tell everyone because I felt like such a slacker crawling in at 9.30 and out at 4.00. There's not much you can do though, if you're :barf: you just have to do as much as you can.
Here's a link that will help you feel better about being sick...
Morning sickness benefits mothers and baby (http://www.kiddicare.com/page/news17318556)
Hang in there.. it'll pass.
Thanks for that Tash it was very interesting:thumbsup:
I just read the article in the link but I'm not sure I'm convinced - I used to be sick all the time but crave (and eat lots of) meat pies?!! And the dry biscuit idea in the morning never worked ... :confused:
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