Bring out the peppermint tea and small hand fulls of almonds
I'm not feeling anything yet, really, but, on the one hand I'd welcome some nausea to let me know everything is doing what it should, on the other, I'd love not to be incapacitated for three months like I was the last time- I have tons to do!! And I have to do it while keeping this mum from my work and school people, which would be easier not sick...
I'm only halfway through my sixth week and in the last couple days the nausea has hit me pretty hard. I haven't actually thrown up, but I've been feeling quite ill. I hope it doesn't get worse than this. I've also had some pretty significant aversions, which I recognize by how much the offensive item in question intensifies the sickness. I've pretty much consigned April and May to "get nothing done" status; I hope to make up nutrition and preparation for this baby over the summer. Right now I'm calling it a success if I manage to take a walk and choke down something green in the course of a day.
Mine started about a week ago (I'll be 8 weeks tomorrow). It's mostly at night, and I've actually thrown up this time around, which is rare. With my first I was nauseated a lot, but never threw up, with #2 it was intense 'cause he was a twin, but I never threw up. This one is at night and I throw up, but there are other reasons. (I had WLS a year ago, so things are changed.)
I just try to stay still and stay hydrated. Today was a little different though, I was nauseated in the morning. I'm a little scared to move around right now 'cause I don't want to make it worse.