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#1 of 9 Old 01-11-2007, 09:23 PM - Thread Starter
 
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So I've hardly had any nausea for a few days. Hope this is it! With DS, I had MS into the fourth month. Hope it's not coming back for revenge later... :

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I've not had any nausea yesterday or today... I hope this is the beginning of the end....

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I am so jealous! I want mine to go away...make it stop please. You think if I rub up against one of you your good luck will rub off?

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i was only really sick for about 2 weeks, naseous all day and vomiting at least twice a day, and then it completely went away for couple weeks, and now im just a teeny bit sick, but no vomiting and it's manageable. im counting on it going away for good soon.
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I hope so! Mine seems to be going away too (except we've all had some kind of vomiting illness this week). I didn't expect it to get better this soon since I had it with my son until at least week 12.
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I have been feeling better for the last few days - after one pretty rough day. I am also slightly less tired and my stomach is less 'off'. With DD, I started to feel better between 9.5-10.5 weeks, so I'm a little earlier this time, but I also wasn't as sick this time. WOOHOO - we're coming to the end of the 1st tri yukkiness!!!
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i'm done with morning sickness too......i just wish the morning sickness would get the memo and LEAVE!!!!


but serously i am slowly starting to feel better....it's just very slow going in the morning.
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I hope it's contagious.

For me, it's the annoyance of needing to eat every 1.5/2 hours OR ELSE . . . my stomach grumbles, LOUDLY, and the nausea hits me like a ton of bricks. Wait too long and it's dry-heave central. Then I eat something bland and quick, and try to distract myself so I can keep it down long enough to digest some of it. This is what I get for not feeling enough sympathy for my clients, I think.

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That is wonderful news! I can't wait until I am posting the same--I am 12 weeks tomorrow and usually lose the m/s by 13 weeks or so.
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