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Morning sickness at 3.30am

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Helbelle75 Sat 14-May-16 03:41:33

I'm 10+2 today and haven't suffered much with nausea and not been sick yet.
Until this morning that is. We're awake because of a chirping smoke alarm ( which was actually the carbon monoxide detector but it took us an hour of trying to fix the smoke alarm to figure that out!). I've been feeling really queasy, then actually threw up. Sorry if tmi. Hoping it's just tiredness and not full on morning sickness starting up.

HP07 Sat 14-May-16 03:54:43

Maybe it's because you're up but haven't eaten anything so your blood glucose has dropped at bit low. I believe that can cause a bit of morning sickness.

OldGuard Sat 14-May-16 04:14:58

I had morning sickness 24/7 until week 18

"Morning" is misleading

Hopelass Sat 14-May-16 04:52:23

Would having some biscuits by the bed help to eat if you feel nauseous on waking? I've never suffered from pregnancy sickness luckily but I remember that being advice I have heard.

icklekid Sat 14-May-16 05:01:35

Mine is 4.30am so not much better, sadly I'm 24 weeks and with hg so far to used to throwing up! As others have said many find something to snack on as soon as wake up helps keep nausea and sickness at bay. Hope it was a one off and not to be repeated for your sake!

Britnyspears Sat 14-May-16 09:55:03

I woke every night in late 1st trimester around 3/4 feeling soooo nauseous. It passed by week 14 though. Good luck.

Helbelle75 Sat 14-May-16 10:31:06

I really hope it was a one off! I'll keep some biscuits by the bed just in case.

Slothlikesundays Sat 14-May-16 10:41:25

Are you sure it's not carbon monoxide poisoning if your alarm was going off?!

Barefootcontessa84 Sat 14-May-16 12:32:44

As sloth said - that was my first thought - carbon monoxide can make you feel queasy. Please check it out if the alarm was going off!!

Helbelle75 Sat 14-May-16 12:39:31

It was the intermittent batterylow beep, but I will check it out. Stupidly I'd not thought about that.

Abbinob Sat 14-May-16 13:19:12

As long as it wasn't 3:33am in which case you may be haunted wink

Helbelle75 Sat 14-May-16 14:01:55

Ok, so I'm majorly pabicked now and going to a&e

seven201 Sat 14-May-16 14:09:06

So you've replaced the batteries and it's showing carbon monoxide? Get some fresh air into your lungs on the way.

seven201 Sat 14-May-16 14:10:55

Presumably though it would have set off the alarm a day or so ago before the low battery beep started...

Or were you joking and going for the haunted 3.33 comment?

Helbelle75 Sat 14-May-16 17:57:55

It stopped when the batteries were changed, but phoned 111 and they advised me to go and get checked out. I did, all fine.

seven201 Sat 14-May-16 18:02:11

Pleased all is fine smile

Slothlikesundays Sun 15-May-16 05:51:28

Glad it's all ok. You can't be too careful

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