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sickness does it every go away

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starshaker Mon 07-Mar-05 10:29:48

im 35 weeks pregnant and im still sick all the time its getting to the point im trying whatever i can to have bumps early i know its not a great idea but i have no energy cos i cant eat anything. shes growing fine but i still weigh less now than what i did when i fell pregnat and i look like a whale i dont get it.

logic Mon 07-Mar-05 10:40:58

What does your GP or midwife say about you being sick so much, starshaker?

lucykatie Mon 07-Mar-05 11:48:39

starshaker...i have no advice....helpfull as ever.

but, i suffered the same, the only thing i will say is that as soon as baby has delivered, you will feel 'normal' again, so look forward to that.
my heart really does go out to you, god i remember it well, they say it means your having a girl....true in both my cases.

good luck

prunegirl Mon 07-Mar-05 12:01:59

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lucykatie Mon 07-Mar-05 12:22:24

it takes me back to when i was having dd1, i was sick 24/7, it was hell.
i really felt poorly all the time and just wanted it over, i gave birth and was sick immediatly after, in fact i had to ask them to take dd1 off my chest....oh god it was a right mess, i then thought that it was here to stay and i would never be able to enjoy food or go to public toilets [because of the smell, which made me feel bad] ever again in my life.

HOWEVER...when i recovered and went to the ward i ordered for my tea...sausage,chips and beans...oh i still remember the feeling and taste etc....sorry this is probably making you run for the loo as we speak.

it will get better honest....keep ya chin up.

Fimbo Mon 07-Mar-05 12:38:11

LucyKatie lol at sausage, chips & beans, I was given a bread roll with blackcurrant jam and a cup of tea. It was 6 years ago and I still remember it clearly-it was the best thing I had had to eat for weeks!! Starshaker - with my first pg (a girl) I was only sick for 16 weeks but with the second (a boy) I was sick/felt sick continuously throughout the pregancy. You do feel much better after the birth. Good luck you have ridden it out all this time and you've only a short time left to go.

bonniej Mon 07-Mar-05 12:40:20

oh no, I'm about 9 weeks at the moment and feel so so so sick. I can't imagine having to put up with this all the way through. I feel so sorry for you starshaker. Good luck with the birth x

lucykatie Mon 07-Mar-05 13:08:30

bonniej it may just go and you could be fine.

i couldnt even step foot in our bathroom, in the end i had to but it was a nightmare, my sense of smell increased too so that made it worse.

good luck to all the sicky mums to be.

starshaker Mon 07-Mar-05 14:39:27

they gave me tablets at the start but they were as much use as a chocolate ashtray cos they came straight back up. the only thing i can drink is red bull and that makes me feel ok for a couple of hous and i can manage to eat during that time but im sure u can imagine i dont want to drink much cos ill have a hyper baby lol. during my scan my partner asked if the baby had wings. my mum says its payback for what i put her through lol

lucykatie Mon 07-Mar-05 17:28:31

RED must be full of energy and baby!

i know you have probably tried everything but heres some suggestions.....which didnt help me but hey..

ginger biscuits
ginger beer
rich tea biscuits
arrowroot biscuits

will try and think of others for you.

deegward Mon 07-Mar-05 17:38:22

Yes it did stop for me, ... after I gave birth. I still remember being sick the morning I gave birht to ds1.

Sorry starshaker, hope you will feel better soon

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