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#1 of 24 Old 07-20-2007, 06:21 PM - Thread Starter
 
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For those of us who are still moaning on the couch & sprinting to the toilet - is anyone starting to feel better yet? How far along are you? Is it a sudden change, or do you just start having more "good days"?

Please, give us hope...!
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Mine was never all that bad with this pregnancy, but now it is completely GONE!!!!!! I don't need my ginger tea any more and I'm oblivious to all of the revolting fast food commercials on the teevee at work.

It disappeared completely at ten weeks but by nine weeks I wasn't needing to down the ginger constantly.
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Here at 8 weeks it is definitely lessening for me. I feel a ton better, even though I am still nauseated a few times throughout the day. But at least now I feel like getting up and doing something!

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I will be 12 weeks tomorrow and there has definitely been a decrease in my morning sickness! It started decreasing when I was about 9 weeks, then it shifted to less often but more intense. Now at 12 weeks I have noticed that I really seem to be OK most of the time.

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I'll be 10 weeks tomorrow, and I'm definitely noticing a decrease in the nausea. I had it pretty bad from about 6 weeks on. Around 9wks I started having a good day and then a bad day, then two good days, and an ok day, etc, etc... It went away slightly earlier than this with my first pregnancy, I think I was feeling better by 8 and a half-ish weeks.
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I am 9 weeks and feeling better. I never threw up with this pregnancy. (with DS I had my fair share of puking!) But I have been whoozy, dizzy, gagging, and tired. But this week I am feeling better. Far less whoozy, dizzy, gagging. But still over-tired.

Here's to feeling better!

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I'll be 12 weeks on tuesday and I have been noticing a decrease in ms although I still have a few hours every day where I am not comfortable at all.
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I was dxed with hyperemesis around week 4, and now at week 10 I find I can skip my Zofran every so often and not spend the day retching. I'm still waiting to enjoy food, though. It seems like the only thing I like eating is a fake bacon, lettuce, tomato and avocado sandwich on whole wheat.

I feel pretty run down and barfy right now, but it's SO much better than it has been.
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I'm in week 8 and am feeling less totally ill. I still have food aversions and sensitive smell, but the nausea is a lot less overwhelming. I'd say it's mostly gone. I hope it STAYS that way!!!

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zulupetalz- i'll be 10 wks tommorow too!

yes the nausea is abating, finally. I feel i deserve some relief after what I've gone through with dd, and all my other pgs.

i still have sour stomach, but not as bad!

best pg for me so far!!!
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NOT FAIR!
I'm nearly 10 weeks at it's just starting for me! I had some dizzy spells around 5 weeks, but I think that was me coming off of the infertility hormones, combined with the baby hormones. But weeks 6-9 I was great, just a little tired and mild aversions, no nausea. Then earlier this week, it nearly knocked me over. No puking, but I get these waves of hard core, pukieness that lasts 20-60 minutes.
Sigh, again not fair.

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I've been feeling pretty good since about 9 weeks. I'm almost never sick now. I'll be 12 weeks in just a couple days.
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I'll be 11 weeks on Tuesday and I'm feeling much better! I can eat more things, and smells are more tolerable to me. It started getting better about a week ago.

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I'll be 11 weeks on Tuesday and I'm feeling much better! I can eat more things, and smells are more tolerable to me. It started getting better about a week ago.

I love reading this stuff....it gives me hope. I'm at 9 weeks and miserable does not even begin to describe life right now.....
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yes!!! and it's a miracle!!! I'm about 10wks and it's only occasional now. yippeee!!! (instead of all day). with pg#3, i was nauseous until week 14.
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Le poo...mine seems to be getting stronger.

But I love hearing these hopeful stories!

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I'm eleven weeks, and i want to yarf more than ever. :

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9 weeks today and still in full force. I just hope it ends sometime soon. Last time I had it for 7-8 months.
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Let's just say that dh and I took the kids bowling yesterday and I spent more time yakking in the bathroom instead of bowling. I'm 10 weeks. And dh had to pull the car over twice on the way there.

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I have only gotten sick once in the past 10 days or so, soo it started going away around 11wks, it was just that when I got up I was nausous BUT I never got sick and then the nausea went away and now I only get funky feeling if I don't eat for several hours which is not really sick to my stomach more than feeling like I am going to faint.
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I have had no sickness all day for three days now
I really need to get an ultrasound. I will not end up with Kaiser, but I wonder if I can just go have one appt for ultrasound and then wait it out to switch to my other OB with our insurance change.

I need to find out exactly how far I am! I think I may be entering my second trimester. Last 2 times my sickness ended at the end of the first trimester.

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I didn't have much ms to begin with, (just queasy really at times). But it was decidedly gone as of Tuesday last. I had a little wonkiness on Thursday, but really it was nothing. I'm 11w1d (so they say, I wouldn't know I haven't been able to track my cycles since I've been with Mr Toona - it's wierd since I've been with him I've not seen any EWCM).

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mine is definently better, I am about 12 weeks and it started to get better last week. The only problem I have is at night, for some reason I feel like garbage at night esp before bed. so just waiting for that to get better and we will be all normal again

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12 weeks tomorrow, and it's slightly better. It's less prevalent in the actual mornings now. I'd say I have a bad incident ( dry-heave, feel really pukey) once every two or three days now, as opposed to daily. Also, I am sometimes able to handle coffee and eggs now.

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