Am 13 weeks pregnant, still sick, though improving. Going on past performance I expect to be background level sick for some time to come (and not right all the way through).
Feel horrific, and pregnancy is not an easy time for me, as my first DC was stillborn at full term. Luckily I have my delightful DS who is nearly 3, and a joy (and being very good and self-sufficient so long as I don't try to lie down near him)
So what has anyone tried to make themselves feel better? What's worth spending money on? Massage? Spa time? Or should I just do something more general and buy general treats for me and/or a short family holiday (thinking about Centerparcs with slight longing)? We don't have vast amounts of time or money to splash around, but given our circumstances, we do tend to dip into reserves to get through this pg time.
I am SAHM by the way, so no childcare currently, but DS will be starting nursery school in Jan so should get some time to myself then.
I've just replied to the thread on pregnancy massage but I think this could be what you are looking for - I had one yesterday and felt so relaxed and lovely when I came out, I actually had a smile on my face walking down the street!
They do them anytime from 12 weeks onwards so you would be fine for these, and I'm sure if you mention you are feeling a bit sicky when you book, they might use a particular set of oils which might make you feel a bit better for this too.
It was a bit pricey (£75 for an hour - central London) but I really felt great afterwards so even if I don't have another one I'll remember it throughout my pregnancy as a lovely experience!
Not so keen on reflexology (thanks for suggestion though) but Indian head massage does sound good.
I've probably worded my original OP badly - not necessarily looking for something to treat the nausea per se, as that is improving, but just the general misery and long hard slog feelings of PG. Want to feel nice about something for once as just so generally bleugyhghg and can't even enjoy a nice cup of tea at the moment (tastes wrong)