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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    Thanks purplelily.

    Mothers milk... you poor thing. Have you got someone who can help you?

    Yeah. .. not liking v... And being afraid of it are 2 different things. I've actually avoided this thread because even reading about it makes me anxious.

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    You know I do the same thing Tamtam. I felt even worse last night when I saw this thread pop up again, I hate that It can be that easy to get anxious about it.

    Mothersmilk you poor thing I hope it passes through quickly and fx you dont catch it Gastro is my biggest fear.

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    Oh mothers milk.... I hope your dd feels better soon xx.
    Dd's vomiting was from a suspected uti, she had her last vomit on Saturday which was a relief.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple Lily View Post
    Yeah I dont think anybody wants to actually vomit. This phobia is more to do with severe anxiety towards it. People like my sister can go vomit then come back out as normal....if that were me I would be a total wreck. There's a lot more to it than not liking it. I know for me having this phobia means that even the site of somebody who looks like they are going to vomit sends me into a nervous, panicked and shaking state. I feel sick to my stomach if somebody looks like they may vomit and I have a massive freak out if they do actually vomit.
    That's exactly it. The anxiety is terrible. Often, others don't take it seriously either.

    Quote Originally Posted by MothersMilk View Post
    Looks like DD has gastro and DH is overseas. I am a mess, have been crying all day. Am not strong enough for a gastro outbreak in my house right now.
    Oh no! I hope your DD is ok, hang in there

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    MM - I hope your DD gets better quickly and that nobody else catches it!


 

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