Morning sickness kicking my big time

By C
@ShyBear88 (16865)
United States
January 25, 2012 12:16pm CST
Omg!!! I don't remember morning sickness being this harsh with my daughter. I am nause all of the time and eating light food and drinking water makes the nausea more intense for some reason. I know even though I don't feel hungry I have to eat not only for my health but my baby's. The throwing up Has been as bad as it was with my daughter in the last few weeks since the nausea started I've only been in the bathroom twice. I'm eating a pretty blan diet. Am I the o ky one that gets hit this hard with being nause all of the time? I don't k ow if I should wait another 2 weeks and mention this to my doctor then or call them sooner and see if something can be done.
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@Zorrogirl (1481)
• South Africa
16 Feb 12
I know exactly how you feel. I found out about mid january and haven't felt this bad ever. Its like a hangover times ten. I also had a daughter and that wasn't nearly as bad as this time. I have found tomato soup helps. The instant packet type. It smells like everything else very revolting, but once I taste it, all the nausea dissapears. I hope we both feel better soon. I want to be very happy about being pregnant. Hope everything goes well from hereon.
@ShyBear88 (16865)
• United States
18 Feb 12
I got put on Zofran because I had morning sickness so bad which if yours is as bad as mine is you might want to get something so you can hold down other foods. I don't even like tomato soup nothing worked for me. The day of my first visit last week I was throwing up the whole day even at the doctors office. Those instant soups are very bad for pregnant women because of all the salt in them, canned soup is a lot better.
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@dorannmwin (36608)
• United States
31 Jan 12
If you don't think that you are able to keep enough nutrients down, then I think that you should call your doctor sooner rather than later. However, if you do think that you are getting appropriate nutrition, then I wouldn't call the doctor right now. With that said, I consider myself to have been very lucky when I was pregnant with both of my children because I really didn't experience morning sickness. However, I did have smell and food aversions.
@ShyBear88 (16865)
• United States
1 Feb 12
Lucky you. I wish that was the only thing. Its getting harder and harder to hold down anything to eat or drink right now.
@shiesse (308)
• Canada
25 Jan 12
I had horrible morning sikness for my oldest son. It lasted the whole pregnancy right up to the day he was born. It didn't matter what I did or when I ate I was there constantly. Thankfully he is the only one that I had this for. Apparently they have a pill to reduce morning sickness, I don't know much about it as I have just learned of its exsistance from a friend. Maybe discuss this possibility with your doctor?
@ShyBear88 (16865)
• United States
25 Jan 12
Either way I'm going to talk to her about it. Women get this certain kind of thing that affects the stomach while pregnant that you have to take medication.