Nausea all day, anyone have any remedies?

(22 Posts)
Meadow123 Thu 26-Nov-20 08:44:20

Hey everyone,

I am currently 9 weeks + 3 and my nausea started around 5/6 weeks and just keeps getting worse!

I have a horrible feeling in my mouth constantly, don't want to eat anything, constantly feel sick but I haven't been sick once!

Has anyone got anything that helped them? It's draining me and I'm struggling to work 🙈

Thank you

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40weekswithno2 Thu 26-Nov-20 08:48:12

Try sea sickness bands, they help a bit.

MagicMatilda Thu 26-Nov-20 08:59:01

Breadsticks! As long as I was eating one I was ok. Anything plain and dry like that I found helped. Also 7up I found to be soothing.

dumpling123 Thu 26-Nov-20 09:03:50

Cheerios and blue Doritos helped me.

user1493413286 Thu 26-Nov-20 09:06:24

Rich tea biscuits worked in my first pregnancy and full sugar lemonade in my second

EIRA3 Thu 26-Nov-20 09:14:23

Medication was the only thing that helped me, I couldn't function constantly feeling sick on this 3rd pregnancy. Cyclizine worked for me. Took it from 10-18 weeks ish. Speak to your GP.

raspberryjamlove Thu 26-Nov-20 09:24:14

I second cyclizine and whatever you fancy to eat or drink in my case sipping cold coke through a straw. Not healthy but gets me through the worst days! X


Meadow123 Thu 26-Nov-20 10:44:43

Thank you all for your messages!!

I'm trying to eat what I can 🙈

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doingitforthefrill Thu 26-Nov-20 12:07:36

Eating little and often helps me. I’ll snack on a cracker or ginger biscuit. When out I’ll have mint chewing gum or suck a boiled sweet.

AnxiousAnnie86 Thu 26-Nov-20 13:23:12

@Meadow123 hey, I'm nearly 9 weeks and for two weeks my sickness has been unbearable, absolutely nothing helps and I have tried everything!!! I bit the bullet today and spoke to docs and have been prescribe cyclizine, for those on here who took it how did you find it x

EIRA3 Thu 26-Nov-20 17:17:50

I had no issues with cyclizine, I was prescribed 2 tablets a day - morning and evening and it worked smile I went down to one around 16 weeks and just stopped taking them week or two after and the sickness had gone, this was during lockdown and I'm a nurse I had to work and they helped so much! You can take up to 3 a day if needed! However the nausea has made a come back at 36 weeks but not as bad!
This is my 3rd pregnancy if I'd have known about them before I would have taken them in previous pregnancies too!

copperoliver Thu 26-Nov-20 17:21:07

Ginger nut biscuits x

FTMF30 Thu 26-Nov-20 17:25:01

Dry crackers or rich teas helped me x

Mrsmummy90 Thu 26-Nov-20 17:30:26

The things the helped me were:

- travel sickness bands
- never let myself get hungry. Dh would bring up some toast as soon as I woke up lol.
- never gulp water - small sips only

Hope that helps xx

Grumpasaurus Thu 26-Nov-20 17:42:47

Cyclizine worked well for me. I had awful nausea and then sickness.

I kept crackers beside the bed and ate them as soon as I woke up, before I really even sat up. I tried to eat a cracker or two every 30 - 60 minutes.

I basically lived on plain bagels, plain cream cheese, and flat coke or lemonade.

It's fucking awful and all you can do is survive it!

CoffeeBeansGalore Thu 26-Nov-20 17:45:28

When at home I found sucking small ice cubes helped.

Anniemabel Thu 26-Nov-20 17:45:46

I’ve tried various medications including cyclizine and none of them really worked. I’m managing to eat toast and marmite which gives me some relief.

Brot64 Thu 26-Nov-20 17:48:25

Ginger biscuits or anything with ginger even tea and ice cubes. There some ginger chew sweets in H&B that also seemed to work for me.

anniebu Thu 26-Nov-20 17:59:15

Classic Cola

Lillygolightly Thu 26-Nov-20 18:03:41

Butter mints helped me, there are like a boiled sweet and are mildly minty but sweet. The mint flavour got rid of the horrible metallic taste and I think the sugar helped me keep going. I used to suck on one of these every morning when I couldn’t bear the smell of food let alone cook anything to eat. I always carried them with me and popped one in my mouth at even a hint of nausea and most of the time they stopped me actually being sick.

angel0071987 Thu 26-Nov-20 19:45:40

Fizzy water small sips.

HappyDaze90 Thu 26-Nov-20 19:47:08

The only thing that helped me was ice lollies. The plainest ones I could find.

Hope you feel better soon 💕

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