1st Trimester- nauseous 24/7! Can't eat anything. Meds don't help.

Sapphira - posted on 03/12/2010 ( 112 moms have responded )

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Hi there, I'm new here. I am almost 9 weeks pregnant and for the past 4 weeks I have been so nauseous that standing up and walking around isn't even an option half the time. I've been pregnant before, though I've miscarried all of them, but still never had nausea this bad. I throw up sometimes, but not often. EVERYTHING seems to make me sick (hot/warm foods, meats, milk, sugary foods, salty foods, minty stuff, smells of all sorts, even good ones like my husbands body wash- which smells like peanut butter to me now for some reason, hot air from my heater in the car, being in the shower, and even just drinking water makes me throw up sometimes, etc....) I am miserable all the time. I can't sleep through the night because I wake up from the nausea 6 or 7 times. I've tried ginger ale and saltine crackers and even pure fresh ginger root. The doctors put me on high doses of vitamin B6 and unisom and I think it's called phenomine or something, but they rarely work and even when they do, I just sleep through the nausea and wake up just as sick 4-6 hours later. I don't have a lot of cravings, but when I do, I have to eat them within 10 minutes or I can't stomach them. And something that soothes my queezies one day makes me puke the next day. Is it completely insane to feel this horrible during your first trimester?? Am I the only one with it this bad??

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I had the same problem at the beginning of my pregnancy. I'm 16-17 weeks right now & the first 10-12 weeks were rough...medicines didn't help at all...tums didn't help....nothing....all I could do was rest & try to feel better. Which is hard when you have a 3 & 5 year old to take care of...so it was rough trying to do nothing but rest. It finally did pass. Now I still get nausea here & there, but it's not as bad. as you get further along you will start to feel better. Now, I don't know where around you they may have them, but here they have ginger pops...they are lollipops & I heard from a lot of my friends that it helped. Also...peppermint helped me, I had a good time with candy canes...it actually worked for a little bit. My doctor's told me to avoid any & everything that made me feel sick or made me get sick. Ginger Ale also helped some. So just a few suggestions for ya. Also, keep saltine crackers beside your bed, so if you wake up with nausea, eat a few & see how you feel. Before you get out of bed in the morning, even put your feet on the ground, eat a few crackers. I did a lot of research on the internet & talked to my doctor's big time because of how sick I was in the beginning. I hope you start feeling better soon hun!

Erica - posted on 03/16/2010

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I had extreme "morning sickness" my whole pregnacy with my son no matter what i ate or drank,i would throw up. Medicine, bands and anything else people told me to try didn't work i just had to suffer through it. i would get so bad that i would have to go into the emergency room to have an IV hooked up to me because i would get sooo dehydrated. i was really worried about my baby not getting enough nutrition but he just pulled it oout of my body. The only thing that would help was when i would get an IV (saline) i could keep what ever i ate down for about 2-3 days. You can go down to your local doctor's office on a regular basis if your doctor gives you the ok and have this done. Another thing that i found helped some was when i stopped taking prenatal vitamins. I know it sounds kindda extreme but your baby and your body will give the baby as much it needs to stay healthy. My son was born 4 days over due at 8lbs 1 oz 21.5 inches long, he was super healthy. The only thing that sucked was the fact that he pulled so much out of me I couldn't breast feed my doctor told me if i did i would become too weak to take care of him. But just do what ever you have to, to take care of yourself. Most times women snap out of the morning sickness routine, but not always. Just give it time. Remember to relax and not to stress out to much, do what ever you need to do to take care of yourself. Just eat small meals throughout the day even if you just throw it up, keep a routine it does help some. I wish you and you child the best of luck. -Erica

Nikki - posted on 03/16/2010

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I know exactly how u feel as ia m EXACTLY the same im 9weeks pregnant, its hard and quite depressing hay i even had to quit my job because standing and even jst sitting up right made me feel so faint and nauseous i realy hope it goes away aftr 3mnths!

Thea - posted on 03/16/2010

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I had the same kind of nausea you're describing from weeks 6-14. I finally asked my doctor for a prescription of Zofran. The Phennigan they'd given me wasn't working and neither did any of the other morning sickness techniques... with the exception of eating salty potato chips. Hang in there and hopefully it will get better. If you haven't already tried Zofran, I recommend it. :) Congratulations!

Kelly - posted on 03/16/2010

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Hi, you are not alone I was the same with my first child. Couldn't even keep water down! Wish I had a magic answer for you, but the only thing that worked for me was time.I wasn't nearly as bad with number 2, so theres hope... Sorry. but I have heard morning sickness is a good sign the baby is doing well ... all the best

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Michelle - posted on 03/16/2010

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I WAS SICK THE SAME WAY WITH MY FIRST ONE,ACCORDING TO MY DOCTOR EAT BLAND FOODS SOUP,FRESH FRUIT / VEGTABLES,NOTHING HOT OR SPICY,TRY DRY TOAST,EVEN WHOLE WHEAT BREAD MAY HELP,ALSO TRY HOT TEA,PEPPERMINT IS GOOD FOR STOMACH ISSUES ALSO,MAY HELP RELAX YOUR STOMACH

Mellisa - posted on 03/16/2010

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I had morning sickness all 9 months alot like yours. my ob gave me a script for an anti-nausea med. it did help some. I saw a few shows on discovery health last year that talked about severe morning sickness, there is a name for it but I'm not sure. It is a fairly new issue, so some dr. may not know about it. If you don't get help from your current Dr. try another(2nd opinion). I hope this helps some. I really know how you feel. my son just turned 7 and I still remember the 9 months.

Jessica - posted on 03/16/2010

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I had the same problem with all my children! With my first it was so bad i was losing weight, and i only weighed 98lbs. I finally got prescribed Zofran! It is used for chemotherapy patients to help with nausea. If you have medicaid this is a good deal. If you dont, then it will cost you $1100 for eight pills! My only other advice is sunflower seeds inthe morning all morning untill you feel able to move. Sunflower seeds worked best for me, i guess cause they are so small and salty. Good Luck!! Hope this helps!

Jessica - posted on 03/16/2010

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I had it horribly..they even diagnosed me something I just can't remember what it was called now! lol I had to go to the hospital 3 times during my pregnancy to be hooked up to an IV because I had gotten dehydrated! but they prescribed me phenergan suppositories and that was pretty much the only thing that let me get the rest I was missing from being sick and be able to hold anything down! My mother-in-law bought me some spearmint candies and they seemed to help also! I wish u the best of luck and hope it doesn't last throughout your entire pregnancy like mine or some of the people I know! =)

Thea - posted on 03/16/2010

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I had the same kind of nausea you're describing from weeks 6-14. I finally asked my doctor for a prescription of Zofran. The Phennigan they'd given me wasn't working and neither did any of the other morning sickness techniques... with the exception of eating salty potato chips. Hang in there and hopefully it will get better. If you haven't already tried Zofran, I recommend it. :) Congratulations!

Jen - posted on 03/16/2010

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well every prego is differant.. my first trimester i was also very nauseous. i actuwally lost weight because i was so sick.. i use organic peppermint oil..i put it on m temples my belly and ate some..make shure it 100% pure some you cannot eat.. i used the young living oils and let me tell you i was like a new woman i was awsome for headackes to!! i smoked for 13 years and as soon an i founf out i was prego i quite cold turkey so i was a mess will the nauseoua and pain.. then like when i hit mid 2nd tirmested it all just went away and it was wonderful..but then retuned like the last 2 weeks of the prego..welll all i can say that worked for me..look into it its pure natural and im telling you it works!!

Brenda - posted on 03/16/2010

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I have four children and with each pregnancy it got worse. With the last one i was sick the whole time. Every time I went to an appointment it was something different. Continue to listen to the doctors and it will all be worth in the end. When u hold that bundle of joy in your arms it is like no other feeling.

Stephanie - posted on 03/16/2010

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I was like that for 6 months, I even threw up all over the rooms while I was getting my ultrasounds. When I'd be counting the money and closing the store for the night, I'd also have the garbage beside me lol.

Hannah - posted on 03/16/2010

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The first 4-5 months of my pregnancy, all I could keep down was fruits and veggies, COLD, JUICY, fruits and veggies. Like Apples, Bell Peppers, Tomatoes, Oranges, Watermelon, etc...

Maybe that might work for you.

The smell of anything else, like bread or cooking meat or fennel especially made me want to vomit so bad!

Dina - posted on 03/16/2010

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i was also told to take my prenatial vit. at night cause it would first of work better for your body an second make you less sick during the day.. i messed up one day an took my pren. vit., & iron meds right after i ate eggs an had an iron overload an that was the only time i puked the entire time i was preg!! i guess i was just plain lucky!!!

Nicole - posted on 03/16/2010

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Lots of people have probably told you 'st time passes...it will get better' I hope this is true, but for me it wasn't. I have morning sickness all through my first. With my second, it started to look like it was going to be the same way. Then my doctor told me to take my prenatel vit. at night right before be instead of the morning. That's all it took. No more sickness. Good luck!

Melissa - posted on 03/16/2010

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it will get better... in my first trimester i lost over 20 pounds. i could not ld nothing down not even water.... it will get better i promise

Dina - posted on 03/16/2010

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i had a friend that would keep 7-up or sprite around her all the time cause that is the only thing that would help her but you can find these nasuea suckers that help from some dr's..

CJ - posted on 03/16/2010

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I wasn't quite that bad, but mine was also pretty bad the first trimester. My doctor told me to just stay as hydrated as possible and eat whatever my body would let me, which was mostly crackers and apple juice. (I drank so much apple juice during my pregnancy that I hated it for almost the whole year after my daughter was born) I also discovered that the iron in my prenatal pills was part of what was making me so sick, my doctor suggested taking one that didn't have iron. And that helped alot. Aparently the iron can upset your stomach. Also, if you take the pill without food in your stomach, it makes the nausia worse as well. so even if it's just crackers, try to get something down with your prenatal. Hope this helps, I know how horrible that first trimester can be. The worst thing for me was I worked in a pretzel store and the smell of the pretzels cooking made me extremely naucious, so working was just horrendous, and then a customer who had a ton of perfume or cologne on would come up, and I'd have to run for the bathroom.

Erica - posted on 03/16/2010

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I was sick for almost 6 months with my daughter and I will be honest that crackers, ginger ale, water (no matter the temp), and even my vitamins made me sick. Three things helped me get through it as I was sick throughout the entire day and I worked everyday while I was sick. The first was that my midwife put me on ondansetron 4mg tablet that dissolved under my tongue. Why a doctor or midwife would give you something to swallow when you are puking your guts up is beyond me but this was AMAZING because you could just put it under your tongue. The second was I went off my prenatals because they were making me sick. I bought all the vitamins in them seperately because I needed a different iron. The iron was making me so sick so I went on slow-fe. You can find it at Fred Meyer or any store like it. The last thing is something nobody believes but it was amazing - exercise. Just going for a walk outside after taking my pill and eating something really helped. This may be due to the fact that my food was getting into my system faster or maybe the fresh air. However, I did learn to hold my breath when people walked by me :) sometimes the smell of perfume or just how they smelled would make me so sick. Just so you know, my daughter is now 3 months old was an amazingly easy birth that everybody has attributed to exercise so that is also a plus. And no, you don't feel like doing anything and that I completely understand. My husband was the one who really encouraged me to do this and was always willing to go for walks with me. I ended up at the same weight that I started at due to him encouraging me to work out.

Katie - posted on 03/16/2010

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my morning sickness was that bad for the first 5 months probably. But they say that the more morning sickness that you have the more likely you are to carry to term and have a healthy baby. My doctor said to just eat through the nausea and try to get something down just to get the nutrients but if you are still taking a regular prenatal try asking your doctor about taking flinstones vitamins instead they are a lot easier to stomache and that may help some with your morning sickness

Ashley - posted on 03/16/2010

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I was EXACTLY like that with both of my pregnancies. When I delivered my twins I was actually about 20 lbs UNDER my pre pregnancy weight.. The only think that helped me was Zofran but the pills were really really expensive ($200 a pill) so I only took those hen I absolutely had to. With my next pregnancy I was extremely sick also. I lost about 20 lbs but once I got approved for insurance I was able to get the generic for Zofran (which they didnt have when I was pregnant the first time!) I took those EVERY 6 hours religiously (and promethezine at night with them) and I was able to be out of bed taking care of my boys, working, and hanging out with friends for most of my pregnancy!! It helped sooo much! I even gained the weight back ( I was at my pre pregnancy weight when I delivered instead of under! ) hope this helps :) if you have any questions feel free to wite. and hang in there I know its miserable :(

Kayla - posted on 03/16/2010

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I was sick the whole time as well... lost 50 lbs the first 2 months. I ended up takin zofran for the nausea. It helped quite a bit. But still I only gained 10lbs back of the 50.

Leah - posted on 03/16/2010

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hi i found small portions of food and frequently also squeezing lemon,lime or orange juice in water, the citrus seems 2 work really good and i also tried 2 eat everything fresh, no prossed foods and foods that r 2 high in sugar. try eating light sometimes some carbs r 2 heavy on the stomach

Jennifer - posted on 03/16/2010

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I feel for you. I was sick the entire 9 months with both my children and actaully started losing my hair from lack of nourishment. I was treated twice with both my kids for dehydration before my doctor tried any medication. Diclectan works (sometimes) but there is also another medication, Maxeran, that can work as well. With my second child, my Dr. put me on medication that is often given to chemo patients to help with the nausea. It is not something that is used often but it might be worth asking about if your nausea doesn't get better.

Krismi - posted on 03/16/2010

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I was also very nauseous when I was pregnant and I actually lost weight during the first trimester. Something than helped for me was green apples. I could keep it down. My gynea always said the more sick you are the healthier your baby, and now my daughter is 5 months old and hasnt been sick at all. Just hang in there it will get better and its al soooooo worth it. Good luck.

Anna - posted on 03/16/2010

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ok ginger ale n crackers... downside is youll probably never want to eat them after pregnancy.... my dr told me about the things called sea bands... n theyre like accupuncture cept no needles they go on ur wrists they look like sweat bands but they have a lil plastic type thing they sits on like pressure points on ur wrists... I've heard they work really good. i just didnt really have the $ to buy them lol

Mayra - posted on 03/15/2010

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Hey i totally understand how you feel i was not able to see, smell, or eat anything. I didnt believe a word about what they said about the preggy pops found out later they work....lol try it

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You can get these popsicles called Preggo Pops..most Pharmacies carry them. They are awesome for morning sickness.

Ashley - posted on 03/15/2010

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I had the same thing happen to me. I was living in the dorms at the time, which didn't help. I couldn't hold down water. My friends took me in to get an I.V. because I was so dehydrated. They put me on Zofrann, which took away some of the nausea, but definately not the vomitting. I was told that that "feeling" was overall a good thing, because the baby (and you) are producing the right hormones, not saying that if you're not sick it's a bad thing. What helped me was room temperature water and sleeping as close as I could to window slightly cracked open (although some nights got to be -20 degrees). Unfortunately, there is nothing you really can do, but hopefully you're unlike me in that it'll pass or eventually get better. Oh, and if you're having trouble keeping water down, try room temperature water with lemon juice in it. Not an overwhelming amount of it, but enough to taste. Lemons are said to settle the tummy, which I didn't believe until I got desparate. Now I'm a firm believer. Good luck with everything!

Orissa - posted on 03/15/2010

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no ur not hun I went thru it, talk to your doc about a drug called zofran it work wonders for me. I couldn't keep anything down at all but it helped me a lot I still felt queasy but I was able to eat, tho alot of people tell you eating is not the major thing durring a pregnacy atleast that is what my doc told me... I don't care how you slice it it still doesn't make you feel well to not eat, the zofran may make you sleepy but I used to eat about a half an hour after taking it and make sure to set an alarm to take it 1/2 an hour before you need to so you are up, u"ll make it thru this, I promise

Shelley - posted on 03/15/2010

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The vitamin b6 and unisom didn't work for me. My doctor prescribed two different medications. I would first take a phenigrin suppository to be able to keep a zofran pill down. With my first I threw up 4-10 times a day from 7-13 weeks. With my second I threw up 0-20 times a day from 7-19 weeks. Usually with a strick medication schedule I was able to have some good days. If i were you I would talk with my doctor for some more solutions or medicine that will work. P.S. Just keep trying to drink or eat whatever you can. Sometimes the iron in prenatal vitamins can make you more nauseated so talk to your doctor about that as well. He can prescribe you vitamins without the iron that will still contain the Folic acid that you need.

Andrea - posted on 03/15/2010

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I was like you are with my pregnancy and i have had the same issues the doctors finally took me off all the vitamins i know they are important but when they took me off all of them the nausea stopped i for some odd reason cant take vitamins pregnant at least not with my daughter .... I just had to eat healthier than most cause i had to make up for the fact i couldn't take vitamins and also try the ginger ale brand called Vernors i know you have tried ginger ale but this particular brand worked for me... I hope things get better

FAITH-ELLEN - posted on 03/15/2010

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Idrank lots of water put some sea salt in it (just like 1/4 so it doesn't taste gross). Sleep as much as you can. I found a meal replacement, green drink, with all my nutrients like Vega worked well. I also ate during the night if I could... an empty stomach made things really bad... which you probably already know... I hope you find something that helps...

Kaylynn - posted on 03/15/2010

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I was sick almost my entire pregnancy and threw up 2-3 times a day until i took zantac im tellling you it did me wonders and i stopped throwing up and the nasuea went away completely...have you tried that??

Danielle - posted on 03/15/2010

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I'm 14 weeks tomorrow and I feel the same way. This is my 4th pregnancy and the doctor wont give me anything to stop throwing up, and I throw up even when I don't eat or drink anything. If you find anything that works please let me know and I'll do the same.

Suzi - posted on 03/15/2010

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i was had nausea during the first couple months of pregnancy and figured out it was the prenatal vitamins. my dr told me to take 2 flintstone vitamins instead and the nausea went away right after i switched

Brenna - posted on 03/15/2010

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I was soooo sick until the last month! What worked for me were these braclets for sea sickness that push on pressure points in your wrist! Sounds weird but I was willing to try anything then!!

Brittney - posted on 03/15/2010

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Motherhood Maternity Store and Babies R Us sell a product called Preggie Pops they work wonderfully. I was sick my whole first trimester and worked in a resturant not a good combo. These little hard candies fit in your purse and work wonders.

Elizabeth - posted on 03/15/2010

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i drank orange juice. someone had told me about it when i was preg. i worked for me. the real stuff no orange flavor or anything like that. real orange juice. it has something in it that is suppose to help with upset stomach. hope it helps:)

Nicole - posted on 03/15/2010

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Hey girl! I totally understand how you feel! I am 19 weeks pg w/ my 2nd and the truth is it might not get better...sorry to say but out of all these stories, i think i have them beat! LOL! I lost 20 pounds and was down to 100 so my doctor put me on home health care. A nurse came to my house, gave me IV fluids, and I had a medication pump. My pump was for Zofran. The IV fluids worked wonders for me. I felt so much better. I didnt eat or drink for days on end and my husband was off from work for what seemed liked forever. The nurse would come out whenever I needed more fluids. And if i was feeling like the zofran was NOT working I would call the nurse and she would give me and extra dose of meds. Also, I wound up on a whopping dose of zofran until I became stable enough to NOT need it any more. I am finally off the pump! Dont be afraid to use your emergency room!!! They will give you IV fluids and ZOFRAN!!! Trust me utilize your resources. Tell your OB!!! Watch your weight loss. Yogurt, popsiscles, slurpees, ensure (frozen), juicy fruits are all things that might stay down.

Good Luck! And remeber once you hold that baby in your arms you will forget all of this! We are all here for you!

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i was sick every morning with my daughter, up to and including the morning i gave birth. and its the same with this baby (im about 9 weeks, and ive been sick now for about 4-5). nothing worked for the first one, i woke up every morning and i puked my guts out (even though it was only stomach acid and water). i was working full time, and i would have to run out of my work to the bathroom multiple times to go throw up. but mine always stopped by early afternoon. this time, ive been just as sick, but the only thing that keeps me going is knowing that im going to have another beautiful baby, and even if i get sick up till i give birth, itll be over after that. good luck though.

Randee - posted on 03/15/2010

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peppermint candy always worked for me. Before i got out of bed I would eat 1 saltine then through the day I would suck on pepperment candy

Sarah - posted on 03/15/2010

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I was nauseous through out my whole pregnancy, they did give me meds for it but dont remember helping. I just had to remember to eat something, even i its the littlest thing and drink lots of water!

LaToya - posted on 03/15/2010

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I had the same problem and was blessed for it to continue all 9 and 1/2 months of pregnancy. I did throw up on a regular basis and was hospitalized at least once a month because I couldnt stop throwing up. To be honest, you have tried all the solutions its one of those thing that "Its all worth it in the end" I hope things get better for you!

Samantha - posted on 03/15/2010

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I feel your pain!!! I am in the 3rd tri of my 2nd pregnancy. This one hasn't been as bad length wise with the sickness but I know exactly what you're going through. I was sick 24/7 and vomitting constantly for 7 months. If ytou even said steak I was done for it. You're not the only one!!! My 1st OB put me on something that knocked me out and I'd wake up sick again. This OB though put me on Zofran...which I'm told is a Kemo drug for nausea so it's strong. It didn't stop all of the vomitting but it did stop some of it and it took the tiniest edge off. I still can't go on car rides longer than 10min though or I'm sick. I tried the sea bands...they didn't help :( Hopefully thay do for you. Ask your OB about Zofran. When my OB said try the saltine crackers I looked at him like "you're kidding me?!?!" and I said" I need something! I can't do this!"
I hope you feel better soon and find SOMETHING that works!!!!

Leen - posted on 03/15/2010

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I was sick to in my first trimester. Nothing helped, I had to go to the hospital 2 times a week because I was so weak. But when I was 14 weeks, it suddenly stopped. Just like that. After that all went well. Our beautifull daughter is know 13 months, and all goes very good.

Stephanie - posted on 03/15/2010

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have you tried papaya...its a supplement you can get it at walmart with the rest of the vitamins...it helped me a lot...with my first child i didnt have a major issue but now with my second everything is gross...i take three after every meal to helpo keep it down it works sometimes but not all the time...but some food staying in is better then none hope this helps

Amanda - posted on 03/15/2010

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I was really sick all day for the first 4 months, I would throw up an hour after i ate any little thing and any water i drank, but I was so thristy from throwing up i kept sipping water constantly and i didnt throw up the water then...but my husband and mother if they were home, would make me eat agian right after everytime i threww up and even though i DID NOT want to i think it helped. Gartorade (homemade) and oragne jucie mixed with gingerale saved me most days, as i was stuck between INTSENSE hunger pains and HORRID nausea. I mostly found that i could stomach berries for the longest time if they were in a smoothie, and chicken was the only meat i could stand, and only if i never cooked it. After 3 1/2 months it got a little better, but i mostly stuck to eating after i threw up and taking my prenatals at night, cause they made me crazy sick, as for crackers, i could puke just from the smell i lived on chicken soup broth. hope this helps, im in my fifth month now. and i can eat, but only when i feel like it. so i hope yours will pass too

Jessica - posted on 03/15/2010

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I am four months pregnant and I am just now able to eat anything!!! I got sick after everything I ate couldnt gain any weight they tried me on phenergan and zofran... the zofran helped a LITTLE but still got sick alot i hope yours doesnt last as long as mine did good luck!

Suanne Alias Yell - posted on 03/15/2010

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I was bad sick with all my babies. However, you must eat with a baby in your tummy. I sat some crackers at my bedside before bed, and ate some before getting out of bed the next morning. They helped with the sickness, and got me eating. Prenatal vitamins didn't help me, either, I had to take gummy vitamins instead, which my OBGYN said was just fine, and just as healthy. Foods such as dairy made me sick again, but this is something which you, and your baby, needs, so plain milk will be sufficient along with your crackers and gummy vitamins. I really hope that this has helped you. Good luck and God bless. Alias.

Stephanie - posted on 03/15/2010

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I was sick ALL day ALL nine months. Drinking lots of fluids and staying away from overly seasoned foods was great for me. The spices really upset my stomache. Cereal and milk were my savior, it is actually really good for you as long as you aren't eating Lucky Charms...lol. Stay positive, it will be over before you know it.

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oh and i think another name for the zofran is ondasetron or something like that...hope u get better

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