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Feeling and being sick at 32.5 weeks

(6 Posts)
WinkyWinkola Wed 21-Feb-07 20:52:54

I don't understand. Is there any reason why I should be feeling sick and throwing up once a day at this late stage?

I'm well worried. Any ideas please?

Miaou Wed 21-Feb-07 20:55:32

Have you been sick like this all the way through? Or is this a recent thing?

bananaloaf Wed 21-Feb-07 20:58:00

didnt throw up but certainly felt nauseas again from 28 weeks with ds1.

WinkyWinkola Wed 21-Feb-07 21:05:21

Just started this week. BEing sick either once in the morning or in the evening.

I had morning sickness in the first trimester too but that faded after 14 weeks.

Just general tiredness and over doing it do you think? As if any parent of a two year old couldn't over do it!

lazyemma Wed 21-Feb-07 21:06:23

oooh, freaky deaky. I just posted on another thread to say that I've been feeling sick for the last couple of days and I'm 33.5 weeks. Haven't been sick, but was a near thing today.

I have read that it's possible to get 3rd trimester morning sickness even if you haven't had any nausea for the rest of the pregnancy (which I haven't, dunno about you). I hope it's not like this until D-Day!

mum2george Wed 21-Feb-07 21:41:39

Hi WinkyWinkola

I had this with my last pregnancy. I had morning sickness in the 1st trimester and then it returned for the 3rd trimester. If you are worried at all I'd give your midwife a call in the morning.

When I had it the midwife just said yeah, sometimes you do get it in the 3rd trimester, its just bad luck.

Hope it does go away as quickly as it arrived.


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