Third trimester nausea(5 Posts)
justkeepswimming2 Tue 07-Jul-20 10:19:32
GoshHashana Tue 07-Jul-20 10:35:08
sel2223 Tue 07-Jul-20 10:41:16
Superscientist Tue 07-Jul-20 10:54:16
justkeepswimming2 Tue 07-Jul-20 12:58:11
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Hi, I'm 33 weeks today and nausea has reared it's ugly head, I feel as bad as I did in the first trimester 🤢 any tips for getting rid? I never had any antisickness meds in the first trimester because I was never actually sick, just raging nausea! And whatever I tried it wouldn't go away, I just had to wallow in bed feeling sorry for myself
I'm feeling the same, at 32 weeks. Hoping someone will have some suggestions! Feel so rough.
34+5 here and I've been getting waves of nausea for the last few weeks.
On Sunday I projectile vomited without warning across the kitchen!
No real suggestions but just wanted to say you're not alone.
Rest when you feel awful then get moving when it starts to subside.
Eat little and often your stomach has a lot less room than in the first trimester.
Try to stay hydrated as best you can, I find it gets worse when I'm dehydrated then I get in a vicious cycle.
Acid reflux & indigestion can add to the nausea if you think this is the case you can try things like gaviscon or rennies, if troublesome ask for omperazole.
I had some anti nausea pills in the first trimester and they have really helped. If you are struggling do speak to your gp/midwife about getting something prescribed. Even though I'm not as bad as the first trimester I am finding it more debilitating.
Thank you, I think I'll speak to my midwife and ask about some anti sickness meds. I've found sipping ice cold lemonade has helped a little, it's definitely harder to deal with this trimester as I'm so uncomfortable now anyway 😬
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