Past week or so I have been getting really bad nausea to the point where my tablets and ginger nuts aren't helping at all. I have a hospital appointment on Monday and as we don't drive and my dad's car is broken we have to rely on the bus and it can be around 45 mins - 1 hour to get there.
Anyone got any ideas on how I can survive the bus journey feeling so ill? I struggle to travel at the best of times long distance. I will take my tablet before I go, take my ginger nuts to nibble on the bus and a bottle of water to sip on. I know I can get off at any stop but I can't risk being late and the bus isn't exactly the most frequent. I'm having a scan but because of the travelling aspect I am dreading it.
Poor you. I found that ginger chews really helped, even with the horrible travel sickness morning sickness combo - they're readily available where I live but not sure how easy it is to find them in the UK - maybe worth a look?
thank you all. I will look at ginger chews and anti sickness bands. Hopefully they work. I blame a midwife I saw. She jinxed me! She asked if I had been having any sickness and I was like a little and she was like ohh nothing you cant handle? nothing worse than having your head stuck down the loo. I swear I have been feeling this way daily since I saw her lol
I found carrying a mint teabag helped too - at points the idea of putting anything in my mouth made me queasy, and it's often all the smells which make you feel worse - so I'd sit and sniff a mint teabag which helped cut out both of those issues.
I commuted into work on the train and tube through my morning sickness, it was awful! I wore the sea bands on my wrists and I think they helped although it was difficult to tell as I didn't really ever try without them. Also a carrier bag or two in my handbag for emergencies.