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#91 of 97 Old 07-09-2010, 04:09 PM
 
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Have anyone experience symptoms way before 6/7 weeks?? This is my 3rd and I feel like my syptoms started right away. I confirm I was pregnant when I was 2 weeks along and I had already started to have extreme tireness and fatigue and from 2 weeks and 3 days nausea now I am around 7 weeks I think(not keeping track) I still have them, some days more than some. I am praying it doesn't get any worst.

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Thanks for the tip on the prenatals. I didn't take mine this morning and had a much better morning. Still a bit queazy, but we went to the zoo and walked around and I felt okay the whole time.
I feel bad for not taking "prenatals" at this moment. I have been taking a childrens vegan wholefood vitamin(berry flavor) that taste a bit like candy(but has no added sugar). I think taking that is doing better for me than my orginal "prenatals" I usually would feel like throwing up just from them touching my tongue.
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Have anyone experience symptoms way before 6/7 weeks?? This is my 3rd and I feel like my syptoms started right away. I confirm I was pregnant when I was 2 weeks along and I had already started to have extreme tireness and fatigue and from 2 weeks and 3 days nausea now I am around 7 weeks I think(not keeping track) I still have them, some days more than some. I am praying it doesn't get any worst.
Mine started at 4.5 weeks this time. With my dd it started at 5w, but it started intensely and I was exhausted out the gate and remained that way the whole time.

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I've never heard of taking Unisom for nausea. Is that the sleeping pill? I'm so tired and nauseous, if I could treat both that would be fantastic.
I try to eat as often as I can, but so little is appetizing. Last week I ate cheeseburgers for 3 nights in a row, because that's what sounded good at the time. This week I can't seem to figure out what would be good so when all else fails, watermelon seems to work. Last night I ate a cucumber with salt & pepper & red wine vinegar. Today it has been saltines and more watermelon. My DH is making enchilada casserole tonight which I usually LOVE. I hope it sits well. That would make me so happy to be able to eat something I really like. It's the little things....
Oh and the vomiting smileys are hilarious. I'm a new member so I don't have access to all the goodies yet!

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Ugh,so tired of being tired and nauseous!!! The mornings are okay for me, I get up at 2-3am and eat some toast, then 7am I eat cereal or waffles, but after 12pm, it all goes downhill. I take 25mg of phenergan at about 9pm to help me sleep well, and I find if I sleep good, I don't feel so nauseous in the mornings. Zofran is my best friend though, I take it if I have to go somewhere, like off the bed. I am having twins, so my nausea level is wayyyyyyyy up compared to what it normally is. Normally, though, I have severe hyperemesis, and I havent thrown up yet.(I am 6w5days) though I have had a few close calls. I find if I let myself throw up, its a bad bad cycle, and then I will throw up more easier so I hold back. I can only do this because I used to be emetaphobic, and trained myself not to throw up(take practice lol) but if I give in to the throw ups, thats it....its all over for me, i end up in the hospital. I have gained 5 pounds in 4 weeks! Not good.......all this constant eating is catching up with me.

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I got Diclectin last night ladies, and OMG what a difference! I can't express to you the joy I felt today cleaning my kitchen and eating breakfast. I OPENED THE FRIDGE and looked at food! And didn't gag.

Diclectin is apparently unisom and B6 in a tiny little pill, so if you are in the US, you could try that combo (though apparently it doesn't work as well as when they are squished together.)

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Yay, Twinklefae! I'm so glad that it is working for you

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I've been eating a lot of rice noodle soup and fruit. Most foods with protein make me feel really sick, which worries me a bit. Do we just make up for our restricted eating later in the pregnancy?

I take Zofran if the nausea is unbearable and I have to be in public all day, but I try not to depend on it. Yesterday I started taking digestive enzyme capsules (vegetarian formula) before I eat, which seems to be helping with heartburn and painful bloating. I burp A LOT, but it feels better than when my stomach is painfully knotted up or feels like it will explode. You can find the enzyme pills at a health food store.

Hang in there! I feel like a deadbeat spending so much time on the couch, but it's nice to know I'm not alone
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