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    Default Morning sickness suddenly stopped?

    I'm 11 weeks 6 days today, and up until this morning I had been having constant nausea and vomiting 4-5 times per day, even while taking zofran.

    This morning I woke up feeling a little queasy, but am now feeling completely normal. I haven't felt normal for weeks (in fact I've been hellishly sick), so I'm really scared that something might be wrong.

    The last four days have been particularly bad sickness-wise .... Is it normal for morning sickness to get really bad and then disappear almost instantly at this point? I'm also not bloated anymore, and generally just feel like my pre-pregnancy self.

    I have my 12 week scan tomorrow but I'm really scared by my lack of symptoms today, after having had such "full on" symptoms until now.

    Please help!

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    With my boys I was hellish sick on zofran but the MS gradually got better. With my daughter who was my first, I puked multiple times a day and at the 13 week mark it just stopped. My GP was actually concerned. I had a scan and DD was happily bouncing around in there

    Try not to stress, MS is not only different for different women, but for children to the same woman. I'm sure your little bean is just fine. And it may be back with a vengeance tomorrow. I had really good days where I thought omg it's over..... to be back to having my head over the toilet the next.

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    Thanks delirium. Turns out I spoke too soon - it's back!

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    I was going to reply before but forgot.

    MS wasn't quite as bad with DS but hot better pretty suddenly. DD's was slower. I would feel better for maybe 2 hours, then 4 hours. And finally feel ok most of the day unless tired/hungry/at night.

    It could be easing (hopefully!)

    Hope you get some rest and yay for your scan! Hope bub behaves. Both of mine did not cooperate and hid a lot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoopuf View Post
    Thanks delirium. Turns out I spoke too soon - it's back!
    lol I told you


 

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