That baby of yours may just be crowding out your stomach so there's less room in there, causing you to feel nauseous after a meal. Try eating small, frequent meals instead if you can.<br><br>
It really sucks that once you're in the home stretch, and you're good and hungry, you can only eat little bits at a time.<br><br>
Mamaley...I TOTALLY hear you...every time I eat lately I have experienced nausea to the point of gagging.....I thought it strange and the thought crossed my mind as to why I feel like I have morning sickness again and I'm 2 1/2 weeks from giving birth. Since our lungs are crowded, it makes sense the stomach is too.<br><br>
I haven't been eating as much in one sitting and it does help a little.
Not badly enough that I want to throw up, but yes. I'll get waves of nausia that I have to sit in front of a fan to make it go away (moving air helps SO much)... And when I eat I think Orion likes to bat at my stomach! :LOL Because I frequently feel 'squished' after I eat, and he's usually wiggling around a lot at that time too... I try to eat little meals, it does help, but with all the unpacking, I forget to eat until I'm *starving*...
Mamely - a woman I work with had this all through her thrid trimester - really bad too. Not just nausear but vomiting all the time. Also, at each appointment my m/w asks me if I've had any nausea. I finally asked about that and she told me many women have "morning sickness" like symptoms in the thrid trimester.
Just wanted to say yes, I have it too. My nausea never completely went away, but I've noticed I've had a lot more serious nausea/ occasional vomiting since the baby got significantly larger. I'm about 33 weeks.<br><br>
At least I know it can't last much longer... I'm just concerned that my appetite is way off when I know I should be eating a good deal right now. I don't even want one small meal, much less 5!
Yup, once it showed up in the beginning of pregnancy, my morning sickness was with me until I gave birth (except for one glorious two-day period in the third trimester).<br><br>
I was so tired of it by the end that I finally called and demanded a presription for anti-nausea meds.... and went into labor before I even got them! :LOL<br><br>
Of course, none of this stopped me from gaining a zillion pounds <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/img/vbsmilies/smilies/rolleyes.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="rolleyes">:
After reading all these experiences I feel kind of bad for saying I had morning sickness in the 3rd tri, because I've just experienced a little nausea here and there--not real morning sickness!! That would be horrible.
I am almost 39 weeks and still have the morning sickness - I take diclectin (combination B vitamin with a mild antihistamine) every night before bed... My nausea has worsened in the past couple of weeks - I think, as others have written, it is because baby is so much bigger.<br><br>
Just try and eat little meals frequently - take care<br><br>
Mine has never gone away. I started meds at 7 weeks, got re-hydrated w/ IV at 10 and stayed on a daily Zofran until about 22 weeks. Since then I've gotten sick once every week or two and a couple of weeks ago felt like I was back in the first tri. Tossed breakfast 3x in one week and called in sick one day because I couldn't keep anything down for a while. I was afraid that would persist, but it got better. I have gotten sick a couple of times first thing in the am this past week, but I have a cough and think my reflex for getting sick is just waaay more sensitive then before pg.<br><br>
So, long story short, I agree that limited space is probably your biggest issue, but also (personally) the nausea reflex is just heightened in pregnancy.<br><br>
I hope that this doesn't persist... and really, it won't last longer than the pregnancy!<br><br>
i didn't have 3rd trimester m/s with dd at all, but have had it this time. mostly, its just EXTREME hunger in the morning. my tummy is very empty when i wake up (despite eating some yogurt before bed)...and i'm sure if i ate something besides plain cereal or toast, i would feel very queezy.