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When did your sickness/nausea stop?

(13 Posts)
NoCapes Mon 15-Aug-16 08:42:57

I'm pretty sure last time I was fine by my 13 week scan, and I remember going for a long walk with the dog the day after when I told my Mum, so must've been feeling normal

I'm 12 weeks now and still feel like death warmed up

I know it's different for every pregnancy (with my first I was sick all the way through) just looking for some of you to humour me really and tell me I'll wake up feeling dandy tomorrow?

LightTripper Mon 15-Aug-16 10:40:12

Among my friends a huge range: from about 12-20 weeks or not at all (sorry). For some of them it was quite sudden though, and I think it does tend to be similar to other pregnancies, so hopefully if you stopped at 13 last time it should be over at a similar time (at least within a couple of weeks) the next time?

I am about 11 weeks and starting to feel a bit better which is freaking me out a little bit as last time I was sick until 20 (but this time I am taking pills for it, so I'm telling myself that's what is making the difference!)

LightTripper Mon 15-Aug-16 10:56:06

Here's the research I was thinking of. Basically, sickness is usually similar across pregnancies ... except when it isn't (helpful, I know! grin )

Research

happylass Mon 15-Aug-16 11:32:46

Mine eased up massively around 13/14 weeks. I still get it sporadically. I'm almost 21 weeks now and haven't had any for about 10 days.

user1470795117 Mon 15-Aug-16 11:43:15

Ok. You may not want to hear this but I wasn't even nauseas with DS. I had hyperemisis with DD which subsided into nausea, it finally went on Wednesday evening. DD was born on Wednesday morning. She's was a bit early though so it wasn't for the full 9 months!

I'm sure that's not usual, and it really was manageable after about 18 weeks. Hope you feel better soon.

GinIsIn Mon 15-Aug-16 11:44:58

I'm 14+2 with DC1 and mine went off at 10+5 like a light switch - it was amazing! Prior to that though it had been constant and horrific, especially in the middle of the night. And it seemed to get worse and worse every day until the day it went!

GinIsIn Mon 15-Aug-16 11:46:06

Oh and I do still get the odd occasionally wave of nausea now, but for 5-10 mins, not 24/7 anymore.

Nottalotta Mon 15-Aug-16 11:55:37

Mines just taken a huge turn for the worst at about 11 weeks. Up to now had to eat little and often to keep it under control. The last few days I've been vomiting and even feeding the baby is making me feel horrendous.

No idea how to manage it now.

LightTripper Mon 15-Aug-16 12:04:13

NottaLotta: might be worth hopping onto the hyperemesis thread for advice? They are very helpful for any kind of difficult nausea and vomiting. I've found pills very helpful this time, but sounds like you may be BF so would need to investigate what the options are...

I hope it's just a temporary blip!!

Nottalotta Mon 15-Aug-16 12:52:15

Thanks light I am still bf, but only at night now. But yes I imagine it would make a difference with medication.

I might post on there for advice, as I just don't know what to do.

lostoldlogin2 Mon 15-Aug-16 12:57:26

15 weeks. Until then I was DESPERATE

Farfromtheusual Mon 15-Aug-16 13:03:33

I think mine was at about 12 weeks - just stopped out the blue one day! I was signed off work prior to that though as the nausia got unbearable.

twinmamma2b Mon 15-Aug-16 14:56:40

I had a brief bit of respite at 13 weeks but then mine came back with a vengeance between 14 and 17 weeks. I got through a shed load of mints and ginger sweets.

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