Another "9 whole months" story here.
I also had it with my singletons but it was definitely worse with my twin pregnancy. For all three of my pregnancies I ended up on a medication called Diclectin, which isn't available in the US. It is an antihistamine combined with B vitamin. It allowed me to at least get out of bed everyday and try to eat something
. Now I have to say that it did get better in the 3rd trimester and I was able to decrease my dose then, but if I forgot to take it I was pretty much glued to a toilet or the couch, and certainly not able to eat like I needed to in order to grow my babies.
It's so, SO depressing to live with nausea 24/7. It's hard to describe how debilitating it can be. There's just no relief at all sometimes. I found I spent a lot of time laying in the bathtub - it was the only place that I felt anywhere near human.
Good luck mama...and hopefully you get to be part of the statistically majority who ditches the ms soon.