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    Quote Originally Posted by ladybug14 View Post
    Ladies a bit worried and looking for some advice. I've been vomiting 2-3 times a day but this afternoon I can't keep anything down and have been vomiting quite violently.

    Realized that yesterday lunch I had take away chicken teriyaki that was hot but probably should have been hotter. (Didn't even think about it-blonde moment!).

    My question is, has anyone had morning sickness get worse so suddenly or could I have picked something up from the chicken?

    Thanks ladies!
    I don't want to alarm you but it sounds like you might be pregnant. 😉

    Sorry - I've got no real advice, I'm not getting many pregnancy symptoms at all and no morning sickness but I hope you feel better and maybe see your gp? I think if it gets really bad you might need an IV to get your fluids up.

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    @ladybug14, it may be nothing, it may be food poisoning - which plenty of people have had while pregnant. If you can't keep food and fluid down see your gp to confirm and try to avoid getting dehydrated x

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    Who has bought maternity bras so far? Any recommendations? I'm spilling out of my usual bras already at 8.5 weeks so I'm off to the shops and my mum says I should be buying maternity ones...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaGal View Post
    Who has bought maternity bras so far? Any recommendations? I'm spilling out of my usual bras already at 8.5 weeks so I'm off to the shops and my mum says I should be buying maternity ones...
    I've been wearing my maternity bra from about 6 weeks as my BBs were so sore when I wore my underwire one. I have the Bonds ones. I had them from my previous pregnancy and found them comfortable.

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    http://www.womenshealthmag.com/healt...41004_32840726

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    Skin tags, and darkened skin pigmentation were 2 things I noticed during both my pregnancies... My hair, and nails grew really fast, but my ski was really dry. I haven't been lucky enough to escape ms in any of my pg so far... 1st tri is really tiring, 2nd is great, 3rd is good up until about 32w, then it's tiring again. 1st time I only bought mat bras once I'd had the baby (went from a 12c to a 14f - omg) 2nd time I wore then front about 24 weeks. I already need some new ones one at nearly 12w.

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    As far as bras go... I am usually a 18DD to 18E, I am already in a 22e and not looking forward to getting bigger, but will probably do.. I haven't worn underwire for years... It's not made for big breasted women and they are just plain uncomfortable.... So finding bras has always been an issue for me... Once I get I to a bigger cup size... I am having to go specialist store... Target doesn't usually carry anything larger than E... Sometimes there might be an F... I am not looking forward to purchasing a bra for more than $30 ... Lady at store said I might get into a G or H... Didn't think they even went that big...

    So far week 15 has been ****... Headaches headaches headaches...

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    I ended up buying some maternity bras today from Bras n things but I'm going to return them, they're poorly made and not comfortable at all. Sigh. Another shopping trip is in order, this time to a proper bra shop with a decent range. Bras n things aren't any good anymore since they stopped selling anything but their own range.

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    @scubagirl I would recommend getting properly fitted (knowing you may need to make a few trips during and after pregnancy to get the right fit for different times - remember post to take some breast pads with you when trying on...) I have never had much luck with bras n things or target - makes for expensive shopping though. Oh well.
    @Soques, the last 2 days I have had a headache that I just can't shake, hoping today brings some relief, but by 530am I had already had a couple of panadol and my head still hurts :-( hoping its just hormones...

    Anyone else getting headaches?

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    Hi,
    I've been reading along with your thread, lots of great tips!

    I'm due early Feb, finally PG with an IVF cycle with only two eggs so converted to IUI.
    Hope you all don't mind me posting in your group!

    Yes.....headaches! Argh! I'm 22 wks and the headaches started soon after the ADS eased off to evenings. The headaches are bad, and stick around! Panadol doesn't help. As soon as I feel a twinge I'm on to it, but it progresses. I want the good stage of pg not headaches twice a week!

    Hope no one else gets them, but would love to hear from anyone else suffering.....commiserate together!

    Kitik have you been getting them often? Have you figured out a trigger? Neck/ shoulder strain?
    Soques how are yours going? Getting better? And do you still have the MS?

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