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Okay, first let me begin by saying that with my first two, I never got nauseaus (sp?). I had heartburn that started not too bad and got horrendous by the end, but never any m/s. This time around, for the last few days, I get so ill feeling AFTER eating. Leading up to eating, I'm thinking, "I feel good ... I'm hungry ... I better make something to eat." After I eat, man I want to curl up into a ball for a few hours because I feel so icky. Anyone else like that? I also think, man I don't ever want to eat "that" again ... so I'm quickly running out of food on my "approved" list.

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I've just noticed the heartburn-y sensation.... and if I feel hungry.. and don't get something to eat, I feel a little icky... and then sometimes, after eating a bit, I start gagging on whatever it is...

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yup I get it too. But this time its not as bad as last time. MY DH also has been getting it. Now I am just waiting for his belly to expand.... :LOL

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yup I get it too. But this time its not as bad as last time. MY DH also has been getting it. Now I am just waiting for his belly to expand.... :LOL
Mine too! What's up with that?

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Yup, sort of. It's better than last time though, so far *crossing fingers*
Last pg I had hyperemesis which was always made worse by eating. This time I'm fine when I get up in the morning and then about 30 min to 1 hour after breakfast I start getting nauseous. However, after that point it is generally made better by eating. Now how much sense does that make?? It comes and goes throughout the day but it's really mild compared to last time!
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It's just nice to know I'm not alone ... breakfast is always fine. Today lunch has stayed down and settled well, so that's a good sign. We'll see how dinner fares tonight ...

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