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Would this be classed as morning sickness?

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Yummysalads Wed 15-Jul-15 12:22:11

Hi ladies,
So when I wake up to the moment I go to bed, the thought of most foods just makes me feel really queazy and if I put them in my mouth, I'd probably gag. My appetite is close to none too.
I'm aware that morning sickness can happen anytime of the day.
My question is just this, why don't I feel all that sick/if not not sick at all, yet when I think of food or smell it, I want to gag and feel really nauseous.

Can this still be classed as morning sickness? Thank you x

Yummysalads Wed 15-Jul-15 12:23:33

P.S, I feel really dizzy and nauseous without even thinking of food if I'm lying down to go to sleep.

Viviennemary Wed 15-Jul-15 12:27:17

I think that's not too unusual. I only felt sick first thing and then had a dry biscuit which helped and then occasionally a bit sick at other times. But I've known people who have to stop cooking food because the smell made them feel really sick. I think it certainly can be classed as pregnancy related sickness. Ask your midwife for any suggestions to help.

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