Had horrible morning sickness throughout both my pregnancies and have never nursed through pregnancy. Assumed it was due to twins during my first pregnancy, when I lost 10# by the time I was 8 weeks pregnant. I tried all the mainstream "solutions" without any success, including the medical treatments of vitamin B6 injections, which helped minimally; prescription anti-nausea suppositories and oral meds; OTC unisom and B6. It got better after the 1st trimester but never went away. With my 2nd pregnancy, same thing with a single baby. The only thing that made it "better" was that I'd learned what tricks helped: making sure to eat protein EVERY TIME I ate something, eating a small amout every 1-2 hours, avoiding high-carbohydrate meals, avoiding drinking large amounts of fluid at one time.
Oxytocin is released w/ breastfeeding and also with eating. . . I wonder if this might have something to do with it. Do you feel worse (more nauseous) while nursing?
Also: "Dysphoric Milk Ejection Reflex is a newly recognized condition affecting lactating women that is characterized by an abrupt
dysphoria, or negative emotions that occur just before milk release
and continuing not more then a few minutes." This can include nausea. Here is a link to the website for more information, it's all very interesting:http://www.d- mer.org/Home_