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#1 of 3 Old 10-05-2010, 04:14 PM - Thread Starter
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I never had morning sickness or nausea with DS so sorry if this is a stupid question. For the last few weeks, I have been getting nauseated and quesy right around 3:30 in the afternoon. I also feel really warm, even though just hours before I might have felt slightly chilly. I also feel a little shaky and if I'm doing something tedious I'll notice my hands shaking. I try to have a snack at this time but food isn't appealing. By 7-ish (dinner) I'm feeling better and by bedtime I'm fine.

I wake up feeling pretty good and do for most of the day except for those 3 or 4 hours. I know that "morning sickness" can happen any time of day so is this "morning sickness" then?

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Oh, definitely any time of the day. I was getting it usually around 5 but I often got it right around 3:30 as well. Very little in the AM (other than this morning).

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Yep! I always called it "dinner sickness" -- terrible time to be feeling icky! I think we ate a lot of cereal and mac n'cheese because I couldn't bear to think of food, but still have to feed the fam. Hope it passes soon!

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