Morning Sickness After Miscarriage

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AMBER81 - December 3

has any one who has had a m/c still got morning sickness becauseits been a week and a half since i miscarried and im still getting morning sickness i would wake up feeling nauses and light headed but i get over it within anhour or two

 

HeatherIsHopeful - December 3

ick... Im sorry to hear you are still feeling bad.. some of the women on the miscarriage forum have said they still have symptoms even after they had a d&c so Im sure its normal though I dont know from personal experience. I hope you feel better soon!

 

ShoppingForTwo - December 3

I know my mother had a d&c for a blighted ovum after I was born and she says she had morning sickness before she knew the pregnancy wasn't progressing and AFTER her d&c. She also has major major extra saliva during pregnancy and has to carry a tissue or a cup to spit in and that symptom didn't dissapear for a while either. :( Hey have you checked out spals dot com Amber?

 

AMBER81 - December 3

what is d/c

 

ShoppingForTwo - December 3

D&C is when they clean the uterus out after a missed miscarrige.

 

AMBER81 - December 3

i was told if i dont stop bleeding that they would give me a d/c and i did stop so i didnt need one .they just call it a curette

 

caras - December 3

I also had morning sickness for about a week after my most recent miscarriage. It really messed with my head because I kept thinking that maybe I didn't miscarry even though I knew I did. I didn't need a D&C either.

 

AMBER81 - December 3

thats exactly how its making me feel like i never m/c .that maybe i was carring twins and lost one .but i knew that i wasnt it makes me feel depressed sometimesits making sad just thinking about it now.hope it goes away soon .im sick of feeling like this.

 

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