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#1 of 8 Old 10-03-2008, 10:48 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I should be grateful I haven't been sick all the way through like my last 2 pregnancies, but seriously I've been hugging the toilet all morning.

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Eew! Are you sure it isn't being caused by something else? (Not trying to discount that you could be having ms, just brainstorming) One night I woke up and was sick, I thought at first it was ms, but then I realized that I had horrible heartburn and I was throwing up nothing but acid. Once I ate something and took some papaya enzyme, I felt 200% better. I still get nauseous if I go too long without eating (3 hours or more...ugh), and that will continue to make me sick until I eat. I know it sounds counter-intuitive, but having something in your stomach might help.

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OH haven't thought of heartburn causing this. Yes I had horrible heartburn all night and am avoiding tums right now. Off to get my papaya tabs. Thanks.

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Oh good luck! And good idea to be avoiding tums. Apparently the calcium in them can settle in the placenta, and if you eat too many it can actually inhibit how well the placenta works. I think it's apalling that there's no warning about that on the label! Of course "Warning: may calcify your placenta" might be bad for business, with as much as pg women have heartburn!

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I'm feeling sick again too actually, plus totally lost appetite since last week, (31).

I think for me it's to do with worrying again about how it's all going to turn out......am 32 weeks now and feeling very pre labourish already.

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Yep, happened last pregnancy, too. I'm back to getting nauseous and gagging whenever I try to brush my teeth and have actually vomited a few times already. At least it's not AS bad as during the first trimester. I just hope I don't vomit my way through labor!

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With DD I got horrible morning sickness that eased up around 21 weeks and came back full strength at 32ish weeks.. This one Ive had somewhat bad (not nearly as bad but still inhebited what I could do) morning sickness that stoped around 13 weeks and its back. Most mornings Im happy if I get out of bed and cook something to eat for DD. I would love to be able to lay in bed all morning but DD has different ideas.

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I'm nauseous again too. It's mainly the am, and I haven't gotten sick, but just constant nausea until about lunch time. I think I can survive another 5 1/2 weeks!!

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