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    Default 11+3 still really sick

    Anyone else's sickness/nausea not yet easing up past 11 weeks? I've had horrendous nausea since 5 weeks, vomiting started at 9 weeks & isn't showing sign of easing up. Every day is just dragging & I'm finding it hard to enjoy being pregnant yet. (This is baby no.3 for me, only had nausea & fatigue on other pregnancies)

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    Mine dod not ease until 18ish weeks. I still get nausea every morning.

    Generally it can last up to 13 weeks before easing.

    I am sorry you are so sick. MS is the worst.

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    I was sick up until 23 or 24 weeks from memory. I didn't enjoy being pregnant at all.
    Have you spoken to your GP about anti emetics?

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    17 weeks with my first. It sucked.

    Good luck, hope it eases up soon xxx

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    Thanks everyone it really sucks. I have started meds but not getting much relief, im down to vomiting twice a day just hoping it stops soon.

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    With DD mine peaked at 11 weeks! It started at 8 weeks, peaked at 11-12, then I finally started to feel a bit better at the 14 week mark and it had totally gone by 16 weeks.

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    I'm 20w Monday and still going, I feel horrible most of the time and don't enjoy food at all! Been eating dinner more which helps... I have not put on any weight which I am happy about... I'm not enjoying being pregnant at all but feeling the baby move has made it feel a little magical

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    I was medicated until 17wks with dd, 15wks with ds but still had random bouts of nausea/vomiting until just after 20wks. Hope it eases up soon

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    This is probably too late, haven't logged in for a while, but thought it was worth a mention.

    There is some good stuff on this site: http://www.morningsicknesssurvivalkits.com.au/

    It's run by a Brissie Mum (who had a similar experience to you I think!) and has Morning sickness and vomiting supplies.

    Thought it might be helpful?

    Anyway hope you're starting to improve...

    All the best. xx

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    Thanks ivyash. 12 weeks today & still so nauseous & vomiting once or twice a day 😷😢 Have a scan on Monday so im hoping seeing our little munchkin will make me tolerate the sickness a bit better 👶🏼


 

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