When pregnant with twins is it normal to not want to eat anything because everything makes you want to throw up? In your first trimester?

Coralynn - posted on 01/31/2013 ( 5 moms have responded )

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I am nasueas 24/7 literally, nothing I do makes it go away, I am 10 weeks pregnant with twins so I don't know if its because it's twins and that's normal.

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Terri - posted on 02/12/2013

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It seems to be true bc I am 5 months pregnant with twins and I constantly throw up. I hate it. I have a two yr old that I never went through this before but I almost hate to eat just bc I know the outcome. So no your not alone.

Joana - posted on 02/07/2013

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I'm 13 weeks pregnant and does not feel like eating anything either. I'm worried that my baby isn't getting enough nutrients/vitamins from me due to that. Every time I eat though, I just end up getting sick and throw up. So lately, I have been eating fruits and Odwalla superfood little at a time. Just snack on apples and stuff...Also other moms have told me that if you put crackers on your bedside and eat it before you get up in the morning, it helps. I'm not sure, never tried though. But might work with you! Goodluck! :D

Jessi - posted on 02/05/2013

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I'm 19 weeks pregnant with only one baby and still haven't gained any weight because of the nausea, and I hear that twins are even worse because they kick out twice as much hcg. Sorry you don't feel well, the good news is that it usually doesn't last long.

Coralynn - posted on 02/05/2013

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oh okay lol, yea sounds like it will go away within time. im hoping when im in my second trimester, which will be in about 3 weeks. when i was pregnant with my first son i was not nearly as nasueas as i am with the twins, but im thinking itll pass too. thank you :)

Alexis - posted on 01/31/2013

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I have not yet had twins, but I was very sick with both of my sons. I lost ten lbs with no effort with my first pregnancy. I was so sick all day and night for about 6 weeks. When it was over, it was amazing, but it was crushing to deal with. I was so sick that the nurse wanted to send me to the hospital for a fluid IV (I opted for some water instead...duh). I don't think there is a "normal" level of morning (or all day) sickness to have. I was useless for 6 weeks with each pregnancy, no food, no water, no peaceful rest. It will pass! Just do your best to get something into your body a little at a time throughout the day and take your vitamins later rather than earlier...and always with a big drink! Hope you're feeling better soon...You'll miss it when you're not pregnant anymore! :)

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