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Monday, May 26th 2008, 7:10pm

Thanks for all your replies, i actually feel fine now so was definately that morning sickness. I've managed to eat something too!
It's great to have all you ladies to turn to for support - thanks




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Monday, May 26th 2008, 7:34pm

Hey Michelle, I've been having nausea since I got my BFP (not actually sick though)... I now even sleep with food by my bed as I find eating often makes it less frequent - though it's good, it's a sign that everythings moving along nicely :happy:
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Tuesday, May 27th 2008, 6:52am

thats brilliant news michelle, the hormones are coming up, I wasnt actually sick, but felt terribly sick at your stage, I had a dreadful cold too. I dont know if it will work for you but eating little and often (now it lots and often) worked a treat for me, Treezuk is right about the supermarket, evil place place sometimes. :D

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Tuesday, May 27th 2008, 10:09am

And it may get worse - I've spent all night and morning throwing up :happy:
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Tuesday, May 27th 2008, 11:15am

Oh Sarah blowkiss it's all in a good cause though hey?
I just popped into Kingston and started to feel a bit sick walking around so decided to come home again - not before buying three pairs of nice comfy jogging bottoms though :P
I put some ginger biscuits in a little tin and am now keeping them by the bed so that if i wake up feeling a sick in the morning, i can have a little nibble.




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Tuesday, May 27th 2008, 12:20pm

Aww michelle bless ya , i am glad to hear you felt sick again today tho its def the m/s kicking in... Sorry you had to leave kingston early but in all fairness it is a massive place so makes more sence to leave while your ahead lol...

What hospital are you planning on going under , Kingston is fatastic but i dunno if your out the area ???

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Tuesday, May 27th 2008, 12:27pm

Hello hunni - i was just about to venture into your diary to catch up :happy:

Didn't mind leaving Kingston early at all - stopped me spending money on clothes that i won't be able to get into for much longer :snigger:

Hospitals - now there's a subject! We've not decided yet and have a discussion with our GP about it this Friday. He is going to want to me to go St Helier i know because they have a cons who specialises in thyroid issues during pregnancy but you know my feelings on St Helier - just don't have confidence in them at all!
Would love Kingston, don't think we are out of the area because we are KT postcode but i'm not sure how they do it! Otherwise i guess the only other option is Epsom.
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Tuesday, May 27th 2008, 12:45pm

I thought you were able to use kingston cos of your KT postcode as places like ham are still KT i would find out cos i come under SW20 but i am technically way out the area by where i live but cos my postcode is SW20 i managed to get in...

I am going through kingston and i cant fault them at all the hospital is so clean comapred to SH or SG and all te m.w are so nice , plus if you have any problems they put you straight under consultant care rather than m.w which is better as your seen more often , I have been ut under cons care but thats cos im overweight and they think im at risk , i cant cant compain tho cos id rather they be through than not...

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Tuesday, May 27th 2008, 12:47pm

Oh right, well that sounds good. I must able to go to Kingston then, i'm closer than you!
Will see what the doc says on Friday - i wont let him talk me into St Helier :snigger:




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Tuesday, May 27th 2008, 12:54pm

I wouldnt hunni my sister had a bad time there and my friend too , so thats why i decided against st heiler , at least if you go kingston we can have a con-flab at the cafe if were both there on the same day lol... They got a costa coffee there too... lol

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Tuesday, May 27th 2008, 12:59pm

They have a costa? Well thats my mind made up :snigger:




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Wednesday, May 28th 2008, 7:10pm

No morning sickness at all!!

Hi All

Well i'm 9 1/2 weeks pregnant and have had no morning sickness at all! Which does worry me, because i thought i should. Does this mean something is wrong? I definatley have bigger and soarer boobs and am always getting really bad heartburn.
What do you think?
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Wednesday, May 28th 2008, 7:14pm

Hi Duckworth

I haven't had any MS either really. Thrown up twice but that is it! I just think some people do and some people don't. Saying that, when I was PG 1st time it came late so I'm preparing just in case.

I too have sore boobs and bad heartburn.

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Thursday, May 29th 2008, 8:22am

Hun it means absolutely nothing... I have quite a few friends with babies who never had morning sickness! I know it's hard but try not to worry!!!!
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Thursday, May 29th 2008, 12:34pm

Hi Duckworth, I'm only 6wks & 3 days and have had no MS either, part of me is very glad that I haven't and part of me stupidly wishes I was having more symptoms as "proof" of the pregnancy. Maybe you're just really lucky! xxx



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Thursday, May 29th 2008, 2:42pm

When i was pregnant with boys I was only sick twice and that was because I had 9am ultrasound & drinking so much water so early was too much.
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Thursday, May 29th 2008, 3:13pm

you might be one of the lucky ones.....enjoy it! 8)



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Thursday, May 29th 2008, 3:51pm

My sister had 3 of her 4 children free of morning sickness in pregnancy :D Lucky her.

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Thursday, May 29th 2008, 6:59pm

hi hun just had to search through all the old posts i had put on to find you. really glad that things are going well. like the ladies have said not everybody gets the sickness hun, your just a lucky lady
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Thursday, May 29th 2008, 8:19pm

Hi Duckworth, I had no M/S with DD but raging raging heartburn throughout and the pregnancy went like a dream, no complications or worries and she was a very big bouncy baby. This pregnancy did have some m/s during 1st tri (now its been replaced by heartburn again) but had much more problems with bleeding etc this time. So doesn't mean a jot in my opinion so don't worry. Just by the way I've found that pepermint tea is the best cure for heartburn, gaviscon etc doesn't see to help mine at all.



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Friday, May 30th 2008, 11:03pm

It's such a worry isn't it, but it seems some of us are just lucky and don't get m/s.
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Saturday, May 31st 2008, 11:50am

Hi Duckworth :D

I'm 8+5 with twins and haven't had any morning sickness, no heartburn either. I'm hoping we're just lucky :P

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Wednesday, June 4th 2008, 6:14pm

Hi Girls
Thanks for all the relpys. I must be just one of the lucky ones! This heartburn is a killer though! X(
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Tuesday, August 19th 2008, 2:44pm

Feeling really Nauseous...any tips?

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I feel awful for the past 2 days I haven't been able to do anything, can't stop this feeling that I have the Olympics taking place in my tummy :rolleyes: Was wondering if anyone how any miracle cures for nausea??

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Tuesday, August 19th 2008, 5:18pm

Hi Star
Hopefully you'll find some tips in that thread that work for you. I had more or less constant nausea until about week 12, with pretty regular sickness as well and I know how disabling it can be. I would love to say that its gone completely now - but it hasn't yet - although it has improved.
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Tuesday, August 19th 2008, 5:23pm

I know it sounds like the last thing you want to do, but eating really often helps. Just little bits and pieces here and there throughout the day. Try and eat something before the nausea really kicks in though. Thats what I have been doing and it seems to be keeping it at bay for now. (Touch wood!)
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Tuesday, August 19th 2008, 6:53pm

Thanx Ladies for your replies.. I'm not actually being sick, just constant nausea from yesturday without any letup except while sleeping. It doesn't stop me from eating, infect I'm more hungry than ever and eat like I haven't eaten in days!!

I shall try some ginger and travel sickness wrist bands, do you think that Nelsons Travella would be safe while pregnant?

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Tuesday, August 19th 2008, 6:58pm

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I shall try some ginger and travel sickness wrist bands, do you think that Nelsons Travella would be safe while pregnant?



Not sure - maybe ask a pharmacist?

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Tuesday, August 19th 2008, 8:04pm

I used Seabands before in pregnancy. I think I remember they helped a bit. Star I am the same as you. Can't stop eating! I have put on so much weight already, I think I already look 5 month preggers!

Had my scan today, and all is well. Happy teddy tonight!
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Wednesday, August 20th 2008, 6:45pm

i read eating frequently helps nausea and even having a snack before you get up in the morning can settle your stomach and help ease it.
Good luck

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Wednesday, August 20th 2008, 8:36pm

Aww thanks Ladies..

I went to acupuncture today and she told me to get those seabands you mentioned Mrs S, so I did and it does seem to have helped a bit ! I am taking snacks even if its just a ginger snap every hour and bought some Ginger Ale, so I think I got everything possible to help...lol

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Wednesday, August 20th 2008, 8:41pm

i used to have a ginger biscuit before i got got of bed with a nice cuppa. it worked wonders. xx
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Thursday, August 21st 2008, 9:20pm

Morning (?) Sickness

Should I be suffering any morning sickness this early on? I say morning sickness very loosely, as the nausea decides to make an appearance at about 3:00 pm which is pretty inconvenient!!!

Perhaps I'm just having psychosomatic symptoms?


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Thursday, August 21st 2008, 9:28pm

'Morning' sickness is a bit of a misnomer as it can be morning, noon and night sickness :sadface:

Didn't you test quite early? I'd be surprised if you had sickness this early but its not unheard of. Hopefully it won't get any worse for you.

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Thursday, August 21st 2008, 11:11pm

I'll just put it down to a freaky coincidence!!


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Monday, September 29th 2008, 12:16pm

Morning Sickness Cures

Anyone have any? :sadface:

Im desperate!!!! X(

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Monday, September 29th 2008, 12:23pm

I wouldn't go so far as to call any of these cures, but taken all together they can take the edge of it and make you feel better.

Wear seabands, these are accuppressure bands which provide pressure on a point in the wrist and help reduce nausea. You can get them from big pharmacies and Boots. I wouldn't advise the accuband ones as they are made of velcro and can irritate the skin, I like the Seaband brand, they are knitted nad much more comfortable.

Ginger, in tea form, ginernut biscuits or preserved ginger if you like it (I hate it!).

Don't let yourself get hungry. It sounds silly but it works. Eat little and often and eat carbsohydrates which keep your blood sugar stable. Try keeping a pack of biscuits next to the bed and eating before you get out of bed in the morning.

Remind yourself that it doesn't last forever, unless you are really unlucky it will be a lot better if not completely gone by 12 - 16 weeks.





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Monday, September 29th 2008, 12:26pm

Thanks Mrs Jasper,

Ive tried most of those and Im getting so frustrated now. I will go to Boots and get the Seabands though, that sounds like a good idea.

I'll try anything at this point x

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Monday, September 29th 2008, 12:27pm

Eat!!!

Never ever let yourself get hungry. Eat whatever you can manage, sometimes you don't know if you can eat it until it's there in front of you so get DH to prepare things and put them in the fridge for you. Wholemeal toast is excellent if you can manage it, jacket potatoes, mash, sandwiches... all good for staving off the sickness feeling.

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Monday, September 29th 2008, 12:31pm

the ginger peoples sweets! I posted a link to an online health food store that delivers.
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Monday, September 29th 2008, 12:34pm

I feel hungry and then when its infront of me I wanna chunder!

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Monday, September 29th 2008, 12:42pm

Just try a little bit then. Don't think about it, just shovel it in!

I find I am being very wasteful with things I buy then decide I can't stomach so have to chuck out, or I cook a huge plateful and only eat a small amount. Its not very green!





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Monday, September 29th 2008, 12:44pm

I ate my way past m/sickness with the boys...I know it's the last thing you feel like doing, but if you can get past that, it might just work.
I read something just last week that sounded interesting....you know how some smells set you off and make you want to chuck, well in the same way, this article suggests that sniffing a fresh lemon when you feel the urge to throw can make your sicky feelings go away....have not tried it but thought it sounded possible ??
Small sips of ice cold sparkly water helped me, and gingery things too....good luck!
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Monday, September 29th 2008, 12:53pm

Ice lollies seem to help a bit or ice cold juice but I cant eat lollies 24 hours a day :snigger:

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Monday, September 29th 2008, 1:13pm

oh yes...ice lollies helped me too! 'mini milk' ice lollies in particular! There was one day in particular with my youngest where that was all I managed to eat that day :D
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Monday, September 29th 2008, 1:28pm

It is nice to hear that someone understands and has been through it themselves.

People think that unless you have actually been sick, you are alright.

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Monday, September 29th 2008, 1:52pm

bells is sooo right!! ....eat!!

i know its the last thing you feel like but even nibbling helps!! i had 'morning' sickness all day until around 25weeks then just of a morning from 25-35weeks!

the things that used to help me were flat coke, plain biscuits and rainbow drops!!
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Monday, September 29th 2008, 2:14pm

I had horrendous nausea and sickness more of less constantly up until about week 13 and since then have just had the sickness (although the nausea comes back if I am tired/hungry). I tried all of the above suggestions and different things worked on different days. I practically lived on rice krispies - they were all I could face. If you are lucky enough to be sick, make sure you use the relief that comes afterwards to get some food down you. And make sure you're still drinking - I couldn't face that either and am sure that I became dehydrated which is not good. I know its not very practical, but for me sleeping through it worked the best. Sucking sweets helped as well - I liked those aquadrops ones.

Hope you feel brighter soon

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Monday, September 29th 2008, 3:38pm

i'd say just eat, constantly! sometimes you just can't face it, but it really is worse if you don't. it's important to get up and get going in the morning as well, don't have too much of a lie in and eat as soon as you wake up.

i've just bought some of those ginger sweets that torison posted a link to- they seem to take the edge off for a while. i am also on my fifth packet of ginger biscuits!!
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Monday, September 29th 2008, 3:47pm

If any of you saw the size of me you would realise that I dont have a problem with eating at all. :snigger:

It takes alot to stop me from eating!

Right at this moment Im sucking on a peppermint sweet and that seems to help. I often suck a sweet on the school run as it takes my mind off things.

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