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Starting about halfway through 34 weeks I started to get some nausea throughout the day. It feels different then the MS I had until about 16 weeks. It's the worst to be sitting up without being able to lay back on anything. I just woke up, it's 1:30 am and was feeling super sick so I took one of the zofrans I had left over from the kidney problems I had a couple months ago. I hope this helps. Has anyone else experienced this? does anything help?<br><br>
Even though I really have felt physically unwell this past week it feels really good to be winding down to the last month. Yesterday I was at the hospital and could hear a new baby be born in the other room, wow, that made me really excited! It's been such an unpleasant pregnancy but I know it will all be more than worth it when we finally welcome our new daughter, we've waited so long for this!
 

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I've never really stopped my nightly unisom for nausea. i'm taking it earlier and earlier in the day though, often before dinner since I'm feeling so crummy.<br>
i'm always on the hunt for protein as anything else just makes it worse.
 

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I have almost constant nausea. I gag (and have thrown up) while walking my kids to school in the mornings. When it was first and second trimester morning sickness, it passed around 10am. Now, it's all day. I can still eat, but I just feel like crap all the time.
 

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Yes. I spent 2 nights in a row puking/dry heaving. Thought it was something i ate, but it's persisting and it's only at certain times of the night and during theday. It's the worst after a restless night of no sleep.
 

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Lots of nausea here. Trying to eat smaller meals, because I think I'm nauseous because of eating too much at a time <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile">
 

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I've also had a lot of nausea lately. I'm trying to eat a hearty snack before bedtime. Last night, I had a banana almond butter smoothie, which helped. Also, I find eating lots of protein throughout the day is key right now whereas in the 2nd trimester, I was more relaxed about it. Hang in there & hope you feel better soon!
 

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Yep...the evenings are the worst, although I think mine is related to the horrible heartburn and reflux due to squished stomach. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/wink1.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="wink1"> To add to it I seriously have unrelenting gas that is quite disturbing...seriously, pregnancy is so glamorous...as if we don't look ridiculous enough waddling around, now we have to worry about withholding fart noises to add to the comedy???
 
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