NAUSEA

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Mena - May 7

Is it normal throw up almost all the time right after you eat? My doctor said my morning sickness would start to calm down after 12-13 weeks, I'm already at 14 weeks and it just feels like it's getting worse!!

 

Mimi - May 7

I have nausea all the time, I am now 20 weeks. Certain things trigger it. I stay away from weird smells, I only take my vitamin on a full stomach, I always eat something in the morning, I avoid sweets. Also some things I drink or eat can trigger it. I can't drink any fruit drinks and certain foods make me sick also. The first thing I would do is when you get up eat a few saltine crackers. Then have more crackers or eat a light breakfast. If that doesn't work, try drinking hot tea with ginger in it. Or in oriental stores they sell ginger candys, I split them in half and suck on them till I feel better. Antother trick is to drink Ginger Ale. Make sure it is really cold and just sip on it. Hope this helps you.

 

NELLY - May 7

THE NAUSEA AND VOMITING WAS HORRIBLE FOR ME THE FIRST 3 MONTHS THE NAUSEA WAS WORSE THAN THE VOMITING BECAUSE ONCE I PUKED IT EASED THE NAUSEA. I COULDNT HARDLY WATCH TV BECAUSE OF THE FOOD COMMERCIALS. WHENEVER SOMEONE WAS COOKING I HAD TO GO LAY IN THE BED AND COVER MY HEAD UP WITH A PILLOW SO I WOULDNT SMELL IT. I AM 7 MONTHS NOW AND THE NAUSEA IS GONE BUT I STILL VOMIT FROM TIME TO TIME.

 

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