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sickness and tummy troubles at 22 weeks (TMI)

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desperatelyseekingsolutions Thu 04-Aug-11 09:14:29

A couple of days ago bump started to hurt, thought it was baby getting up under my ribs. Yesterday everything started to taste strange and I felt hungry and sick at the same time. Last night (about 2am) I was on the loo blush for about half an hour.
I feel sick again this morning and generally crap. Morning sickness can't have returned - surely!?

Happycookie Thu 04-Aug-11 13:50:23

I had tummy troubles all the way through my 3rd pregnancy! Random throwing up incidents, nausea, tummy cramps (not BH!) and the runs (sorry TMI!!) for weeks at a time! Got so bad I saw the docs in the end but no-one could explain it really- most ladies get constipated, not the opposite problem!!!
Hope you feel better soon!!

desperatelyseekingsolutions Thu 04-Aug-11 15:33:49

Thanks Happycookie feeling worse as the day progresses. Head ache and dizzy. Think it might be a bug. Can no longer face any sort of food or drink. Midwife coming to see me on Sat anyway so if I still feel rubbish then i'll let her know.

thegingerone Thu 04-Aug-11 16:41:56

Snap here! Got a tummy bug here. Spoke to my midwife. Told me to keep hydrated. Give your midwife a call for a chat if you're feeling yuk.

desperatelyseekingsolutions Fri 05-Aug-11 12:04:20

Hello again. Now, I may very well need a slap here but stuck in house with DS (16mo) and not sure to what extent I'm being hypercondriac (sp?)
This bug seems to rapidly developed into a cold, bit of a sore throat and runny/ blocked nose.
That on it's own is normal I'm sure but I really feel like I'm struggling for breath. I even dreamt about drowning/ suffocating last night. (DH even was woken up by my gasping/ deep breathing and was wondering round the house looking for strepsils at 2am)
I've woken up and just feel like I've run a mile and am having to breath deeply but not really getting in enough oxygen (like deep breath isn't doing enough)
What's wrong with me?

Purplebuns Fri 05-Aug-11 20:10:28

Sounds like an anxiety attack or if you are coughing up something a chest infection? If you are still like it go speak to your GP if you haven't already?

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