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Am I the only one who makes doubly sure their designated barfing potty is clean every day so the can have a more "pleasant" barfing experience, or am I just nutso?
 

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I'm sorry!!<br><br>
I never have had morning sickness.......... and when I've been sick at other times, I couldn't care less where I throw up!!
 

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...pleasant barfing experience...BAH hahahhahaaa :LOL too funny! Well, considering what I have to dump into the downstairs potty compliments of Ian bean, uh, yeah, I guess I kinda have reserved the upstairs bathroom for my personal barfing pleasure, :LOL
 

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Nothing's worse than throwing up in a dirty toilet. Dh got sick a few weeks ago and spent the day throwing up, and I felt so guilty because the toilet was particularly dirty that week. So yes, if I knew that I was going to be throwing up, I would definitely be keeping the toilet clean!
 

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Having hyperemesis, I completely know what you mean! Actually, I've given up puking in the toilet because (beware, graphic!) the water often splashes in my face, which is the most disgusting thing. Now I throw up in the bathroom sink (remove the drain thingie first!) with the water running, and clean it well when I'm done.<br><br>
There is nothing wors than throwing up in a dirty toilet... I'll leave it at that for the other queasy mamas out there!!<br><br>
Hope you feeel better soon!
 

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I do have to say, the kitchen sink is the first place I run to, however, if there are dishes, well, hmmm.... I skip it and run to another "place"
 

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Yeah, I was a sink puker too. I was in there so frequently it was just easier on my back to use the bathroom sink. I spent so much time reading the back of the mouthwash bottle while waiting I actually considered keeping some reading materials in there.<br><br>
Glad those days are over!<br><br>
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Good question<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/orngbiggrin.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="orange big grin"><img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/orngbiggrin.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="orange big grin"> tehehe...<br><br>
Well, So far so good this time around, but last time I wasn't actually too fussed about the toilet I puked into...I think Ds kept it clean for me though...he's good like that! I did use a little stool to sit on and my them 1.5 year old would rub my back as I did the deed...she spent a few weeks telling people "mommy fwoed up" while sticking her finger down her throught...ahhh what a little monkey.<br><br>
Anywhoo...I will share my most recent puke story<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/orngtongue.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Stick Out Tongue"> ...I was walking down a gravel path in a VERY public place thinking I needed to get to a washroom fast when all of a very sudden I lost my lunch BIG TIME all over the path in front of a patio full of people eating their lunch:puke<br><br><br>
Lucky for me 2 strangers were beside me within seconds, one rubbing my back and the other a minute later with a cold drink of water and a cold cloth<br><br>
Funny, Idon't mind puking in a dirty toilet, but I have nightmares about touching public doors!
 
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