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    Default Morning sickness... F*** you :(

    Mine's not severe, but I'm still vomiting at 17 weeks. Totally doing my head in as every keeps telling me how great the second trimester is (still waiting for this great bit to start...)

    Eating all day is my saviour...doesn't really matter what it is, as long as I am eating something every hour or so. Every few days I do a massive grocery shop of 'little things' (pretzels, grain waves, fruit bites, muesli bars, roll ups, diced fruit tubs, crackers, cashews, dried apricots, Bircher muesli)

    Soft drink helps me heaps which I find weird cos I never really drank it pre-pregnancy. Solo and Schweppes orange and mango mineral water are my favourites at the moment. I'm almost drooling just typing that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LamaBana82 View Post
    This isnt necessarily true. I know plenty of women who had no morning sickness at all and still went in to have prefect healthy babies.

    Although i havent been so lucky has been awful. Lately it is more when i eat than not

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    Yeah of course, not having MS does not mean an unhealthy pregnancy.

    I have heard that those who do experience it can take as a sign that the placenta is developing well.
    Not saying that those who don't have it will have problems, either.

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    Found this on the baby centre website-

    If I don't have morning sickness, does that mean I'm more likely to have a miscarriage?

    Not necessarily. It's true that a number of studies have shown that women who have miscarriages are less likely to have had nausea. (If your baby or your placenta were not developing properly, you'd have lower levels of pregnancy hormones in your system, so if that's what causes nausea, it follows that you'd have less.)

    But there are plenty of women with perfectly normal pregnancies who have little or no nausea during their first trimester

    I guess it's not really something to rely upon and does not rule anthng in or out; I was just always told by my OB to take MS as a positive sign- although not having it does mean anything negative- iykwim. I didn't mean to imply that with my earlier post.
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    Default Morning sickness... F*** you :(

    Ms is painful!! Lol. In the end with dd they got me to take restavit ( over the counter) as I was losing weight wayyy to fast! It made a massive difference! I only had a really bad day around every 3rd day. I also ate life saver icy poles flat out ( I will never consume another as long as I live lol) and chocolate milk wasn't to bad

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    Default Morning sickness... F*** you :(

    Try the restavit and vitamin b6 combination- i had constant debilitating ms from 6 til 12 weeks when I gave in and tried this combination (on top of the 3x a day every day maxalon dose). And I have seen a huge improvement (within 48 hrs of starting) - I figured it was worth a try

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    MS is a good sign .. A great sign ..but it's horrible to go through .. Ginger and keeping a full tummy and laying down as much as possible helped ..
    hope you feel better soon

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    Default Morning sickness... F*** you :(

    Just thought I'd chime in as I had morning sickness "all day sickness I called it" until the night I gave birth (sorry) BUT what did make it much easier and sometimes only once a day was keeping full and eating protein.

    I feel for you, it's just so so terrible, majority of women come good after 12 or so weeks so I hope you do too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jellyfishie View Post
    Mine's not severe, but I'm still vomiting at 17 weeks.

    Can you imagine a man saying 'it's not severe, but I'm still vomiting after 17 weeks'

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    Haha no I can't imagine a man coping AT ALL!

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    Default Morning sickness... F*** you :(

    Sorry to crash the thread, but for those of you that have tried restavit and vitb6 combination, did you find the drowsiness bad? Did you take it at night? I'm reluctant to take anything medicated but I'm finding this ms is just making me so miserable, being unable to leave the house or care for dd properly.


 

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