I've had this phobia since childhood, but found it's improved a bit through cognitive behavioural psychotherapy, which I would encourage people to try, and also having to deal with DS when he's sick! still get really scared when DH is sick though, as he's my rock so when he's sick I feel very vulnerable. I also won't stay on my own in the house with DS all night in case he's sick. somehow daylight makes everything more manageable, night time is more scary. probably because when my fear developed it was due to night time incidents of vomiting.
luckily I had no morning sickness with DS at all. But the spinal anesthetic during emergency c section made me sick, lowered my blood pressure, luckily i had nothing in my stomach to bring up!
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