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Feel nauseas constantly!

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MrsCouchman Thu 08-May-14 22:34:30

Im around 7 weeks and literally haven't stopped feeling nauseas for the past week. I constantly feel like I'm about to be sick but never am. I think it would make me feel better if I was! I've got a 3 hour journey then a weekend of conferences and I'm terrified the sickness is going to hit sad any advise? Even just to get me through the car journey? Also I'm huge already! Won't be able to keep it secret for much longer! Anyone else had this? X

CoolCat2014 Thu 08-May-14 22:44:28

I used sea bands when I had long journeys in first trimester, like you felt constantly sick. They deff took the edge off for me. You can get them in any pharmacy for about £10. Also I ate little and often, and sipped lots of water.

Hope you manage ok. I had to do several 4 hour trips with a work colleague who didn't know. Nearly had to make him pull over on the M4, but thankfully opening the window helped a lot!

funtimesahead Fri 09-May-14 15:43:14

Hello! I had constant nausea (without actually being sick) until about 14 weeks, hopefully yours will pass much quicker than this! I have to get the bus to work every day, about an hour each way. I found that opening a window and having a supply of boiled sweets really helped. It's also very true about eating little and often, and then just things you fancy...Good luck and hope you feel better soon!

Pregnantagain7 Fri 09-May-14 16:20:43

Hi I was like this from about 6-10 weeks it really does get better I promise! Try and eat little and often, peanut butter on toast and salt and vinegar crisps were all I ate at this stage. It really is awful all I can say is it really does get bettersmile

redexpat Fri 09-May-14 19:39:03

It will get better. I find eating little and often helps. Yy to s&v crisps, apples orange juice.

Hazchem Sat 10-May-14 05:45:59

Yes that's what I get. It sucks. I regularly contemplate making myself sick to see if that feels better!
Eating little and often helps. sparkling water or ginger tea. I also swig down Gaviscone as that seams to help a little.

oohdaddypig Sat 10-May-14 06:03:01

Yes, that's like mine. It's ghastly.

At the moment my sea bands are helping and I'm also taking vit b6. The vit b6 has hugely helped. Google for dose etc....

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