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    Default Morning sickness

    Does anyone else feel really sick towards afternoon/night time more towards bed time I'm only 6-7 weeks I was only getting really bad indigestion before and back pains but that was at night as well,all my symptoms are evenings not really mornings or days

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    Default Morning sickness

    Quote Originally Posted by Lump View Post
    Does anyone else feel really sick towards afternoon/night time more towards bed time I'm only 6-7 weeks I was only getting really bad indigestion before and back pains but that was at night as well,all my symptoms are evenings not really mornings or days
    When I was 6-7 weeks I felt that too and queasy in the mornings. I found it helped to eat small bland things every few hours

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    Thanks Larissa all my mummy friends are morning girls,jut wanted to see who else was the same,although its changed and this morning I feel reallyy sick,how far are you

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    Yes, at that stage i was feeling sick mostly in the afternoon and during the night (i would wake up in the middle of the night feeling like i needed to spew). Then it become all day at around 9-10 weeks.
    I am now 14 weeks and haven't felt any m/s in about a week, so it has passed for me.

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    Default Morning sickness

    I only seem to get afternoon/evening sickness! Kicked in about 7 weeks both times and calmed down about 14 weeks.

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    I felt queasy at night, and when I was ready for bed, I just had to look at the bed and for some reason would dry reach and/or vomit. Something about the bed and bedroom, made me ill. I'm over it now.

    I used to have an apple (peeled and cut) to eat just before bed, and sometimes it would settle my stomach. Still do have it on occassions.

    Hope it gets better soon.

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    Default Morning sickness

    I started morning sickness in week 6, at the start it was all hours of the day, starting from the moment I woke up. In my second tri, my morning sickness was mainly in the evenings.. Starting from around 4pm, very pukey around dinner time.. Now at 25 weeks it's only occasional and happens at any time

    Try to have something to eat first thing when u wake up, I kept a little Tupperware of biccies by the bed (i had something slightly salty, like jatz, worked for me) and munched on a few before I got out of bed. If ur partner is so inclined a cuppa tea or something before u get up also helps.

    Then thru out the day, keep eating. Don't let urself get the tiniest bit hungry! At night a hot peppermint tea helped settle my tummy, but some women like lemon and ginger tea? U'll just hafta figure out what works for u

    I bet you it was a man who decided to call morning sickness by that name!!!!!

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    Yep - I'm 11 weeks now, but around 7-8 weeks I felt really sick in the mornings, and again at night after dinner. Just keep a teeny bit of food in your belly, all the time.

    It seemed that every night about 9.30pm I'd be tucked up in bed, starving, feeling rotten, and craving scrambled eggs on toast.

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    Default Morning sickness

    I'm 17 weeks and my sickness happens day and night. I throw up mostly in the morning and then once or twice of a night time on a bad day. Good luck with it! I think it's normal to be an all day thing tho

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    Default Morning sickness

    I feel pretty good all morning/day, then around 5-6pm before dinner time I feel really queasy and this is when my "night sickness" begins. This started when I was 7.5wks, and now I'm 11. Does anyone else have this? I'm lucky I feel great all day but wondering if anyone else has gotten this and what worked for them.


 

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