I've had a bit of a rough time with MS, and ended up on cyclizine at 9 weeks due to the sickness and nausea getting worse and worse. This was great, I stopped being sick and although I got nauseous again when hungry, I think I experienced more of a normal low level 'morning sickness' that other people had. I thought it would get better, but at nearly 16 weeks it seems to have taken a turn for the worse again. I'm now feeling really sick nearly all the time again and very close to vomitting. Other than feeling sorry for myself and whinging - I'm posting to ask are they others out there that had this and it did actually improve eventually - maybe 20 weeks is the magic time? Or am I likely to be suffering for the whole 9 months if I'm still like this now?
People keep telling me it will get better when I'm 12 weeks, and I'm like - that was a month ago!!
I hope the tablets start working for you so you avoid hospital.
I just hate how I feel about food, trying to manage the situation all the time and dreading eating every day. I feel like I can barely remember what it was like to look forward to a nice meal and eat it, with no worries.
That it can last the whole 9 months is so not what I wanted to hear! Have just broken down at work (with exhaustion and nausea) and have been reassuring my boss that I'm sure in a fortnight (when I get to 12 weeks) I'll be better!
pugoff people who have it badly do often seem to see a later improvement, more like 16-20 weeks rather than 12, don't give up hope yet! (I have to admit I am still throwing up at 38 weeks but I was in hospital a lot in the first months so a v. extreme case and even I did definitely have some improvement about half way through.)