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Ugh. I was throwing up again this morning and I'm now 15 weeks. Is anyone else still feeling sick?<br><br>
It didn't last anywhere near this long with my first... oh well, at least it's a sign of some kind. I <i>can't wait</i> to start feeling movement instead though.
 

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i had it many weeks past the first trimester too and was so frustrated since i'd been literally counting down the seconds 'til week 12. i'm fine now at 18 weeks and have been for a few weeks now. hopefully that will be the case for you!
 

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I'm still pretty sick, though for me it gets worse as the day goes on. I still have to take quite a bit of Diclectin (Canadian prescription version of Unisom/B6 combo) or I'll be vomitting by evening. I am gradually taking less and am feeling okay though. And over the past few days, I've actually started to think about cooking again, which for me is a sure sign that things are getting better. We've been living out of the freezer for four months, ugh.<br><br>
With DS, I was sick right up till 25 weeks and I was ready to deck the next person who said, "but you're past 12 weeks now, how could you still be sick?" This time I'm a bit better prepared for the nausea to last.<br><br>
I hope we all feel much better soon!
 

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Mine didn't really go away til 16 weeks. Hang in there!!
 

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Mine didn't start till the 2nd trimester, I was out doing yardwork last night and started coughing and that was the end of it. I was in sick the rest of the night.
 

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Sometime between 16 and 17 weeks my appetite came back and I was able to stop taking Zofran. I still get randomly queasy sometimes and have almost puked a few times... but it's much better. So maybe you're almost at the end of it?<br><br>
ETA: I'm 17 weeks 2 days.
 

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I'm 18 weeks 1 day, and I just had an epic pukefest. My mom threw up practically every morning for the entire duration of each of her pregnancies, so I've tried to mentally prepare myself that this may not stop.
 

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Oh, with my last pregnancy I puked every morning till the day I gave birth. It wasn't a big deal though; I incorporated it into my day, and afterwards I didn't feel any nausea at all the rest of the day. No biggie at all, especially compared to the hell of the first trimester.<br><br>
Now I'm 17 weeks and still feeling a jab here and there (especially in the mornings and at night), but I look on the bright side. I can leave the house now! I can cook! Well not with garlic, but I can cook non-smelly things! I hope that some relief comes your way soon. It doesn't have to be 100% either, just enough to let you feel human again. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile">
 
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