Morning Sickness-Terrible

Cindi - posted on 05/27/2010 ( 7 moms have responded )

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Hey mommies. I'm currently pregnant with my second baby. (7 weeks) My Morning sickness is out of control. I can keep food down, but have no desire to eat. On Diclectin for 2 days and it's helped a little bit. No energy to do ANYTHING. Can anybody relate?

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Rose - posted on 11/08/2016

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I was in the same boat but since started drinking No to morning sickness tea, my sickness vanished.

Cindi - posted on 05/27/2010

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Thanks, ladies. I appreciate all of your help. All of the usual remedies haven't helped. Hopefully the Diclectin will kick in soon, I'm also taking hypnotherapy next week, as I hear it is amazing for the "worries" and "anxieties" that come with the severe nausea. I just wanted to know that I wasn't alone, although I am sorry to hear you ladies going through it, too.

Catherine - posted on 05/27/2010

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I had morning-noon-and-night sickness with my first pregnancy that lasted for 4 months and then completely went away. I'm 8 months pregnant with my second and this time around I had extreme hunger that was out of control. I can't decide which one was worse.

For the morning sickness I found sucking on hard candies help ease the nausea.

Good luck - the good news is that it will likely end by the time you hit your second trimester.

Sarah - posted on 05/27/2010

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I am about 7 weeks along as well. Due Jan. 5th 2011 :) With my last daughter my dr gave me this fabulous medication. It's called Zolfran. I would talk to your dr about it. But it's only for people with good insurance or medicaid, because 24 tablets is almost $1000 depending on which kind u get.



If u want to avoid medicine, my mom told me that if u keep crackers beside your bed eat a few before u lift your head up.



Hope this helps

Katarina - posted on 05/27/2010

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Have you tried Apple Peels? I haven't tried it myself but heard they work really well for morning sickness, but you'd have to eat them :(

Lauren - posted on 05/27/2010

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Yup! Morning sickness when I was pregnant with my daughter was EXTREME!! I could barely hold down anything- dry heaved for 12 weeks straight! Had to go to the ER to get rehydrated at one point. Hope it does not get this bad for you- it probably won't, my case was extreme...but I know how uncomfortable the constant nausea is! The only thing I could keep down was mashed potatoes and sips of water..I took Reglan for the nausea but it made me so anxious I couldn't take it, so maybe your anxiety is from the med? I was then given Zofran and that helped a bit. I feel your pain! Hang in there!!

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