Talk

Advanced search

Would you like to be a member of our research panel? Join here - there's (nearly) always a great incentive offered for your views.

Feeling nauseas all day and eve long - fed up

(13 Posts)
supersupersupershock Thu 11-Dec-14 19:09:40

Thats it really. I am managing to eat, various random things, every few hours to stave the nausea off somewhat, but then it just comes back. Making dinner for DS makes me feel vom, have to light scented candles to get rid of cooking smell.... and worst of all i have very bad wind and the smell is making me vom [hides head in shame]... just fed up sad

geekaMaxima Thu 11-Dec-14 19:23:54

This was me when I was pregnant with DS, though I couldn't manage cooking dinner when that nauseous (well done you!). I was losing weight as well sad

Get thee to your GP and get some medication - there are a few options that are safe in pregnancy for both you and baby. site https://www.pregnancysicknesssupport.org.uk/help/women-suffering/hyperemesis-gravidarum/ has info if your GP is reluctant. I was on metolopramide and no exaggeration to say it changed my life! grin

geekaMaxima Thu 11-Dec-14 19:25:23

Doh - here's a working link.

Tranquilitybaby Thu 11-Dec-14 19:53:06

I sympathise, I've been the same since 4 weeks, now 12+3. X

supersupersupershock Fri 12-Dec-14 17:12:11

If I didn't cook him dinner no-one else would as its just the two of us! I am not actually being sick, just nauseas and exhausted. Don't think they would give me meds for nausea - seeing mw next week so will see what she says sad

Luckystar82 Fri 12-Dec-14 17:57:32

sympathy coming your way!

That was me until yesterday. No 11+1 and feeling better. The wind was the worst, made me even more nauseous. Catch 22 with eating as it caused stomach ache but if I didn't eat I would feel nauseous.

Hopefully you'll be out of the woods soon and it will be worth it in the end.

guinnessgirl Fri 12-Dec-14 21:21:53

You poor thing. I felt like this very recently, from 5 weeks through to 10-11 weeks. I had to eat little and often - like, every 5-10 minutes! - just to get through the day. I'm now 12 weeks and feeling much, much better and far less tired, but the heartburn is still vicious. All I can advise is just focus on getting through each day once day at a time. You will feel better eventually xx

ToriB34 Fri 12-Dec-14 21:28:36

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

BigCatFace Fri 12-Dec-14 21:32:31

Metolopramide did the job for me as well, I was sick until 23 weeks, including vomiting in the dishwasher because the smell of the dishwashing tablet overwhelmed me. blush

hopefull2424 Fri 12-Dec-14 23:24:54

I feel the same and I'm 8+4. Always feel sick and tired. House is a mess, work are getting a bit mad I think from all the time off. No Xmas cards or presents wrapped yet. sad

supersupersupershock Mon 15-Dec-14 18:56:57

LEMONADE -- ooooooooooooooooooh it does the trick :D :D :D

Maxis1 Mon 15-Dec-14 19:07:03

for myself peppermint did the trick. it works for me when I am hungry and food isnt ready yet or when I am nauseated. I was pretty much eating tick tack all day long and drinking peppermint tea a lot the first few weeks of pregnancy.

for a friend of mine it was ginger and ginger ale that did the trick.

LovedandLoyal Mon 15-Dec-14 19:15:29

I am 11 weeks and had terrible nausea and actually being sick since about 7 weeks. Really struggling with cooking too. I am finding snacking on pineapple, kiwi fruit, harvest cheweee bars and walkers salt and vinegar crisps are helping. Big meals are a no-go at the moment, little and often helps. Also I can only drink cold water and chai tea!

Hopefully we will be feeling better soon! Especially before Christmas dinner!

Join the discussion

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now