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Morning Sicknes... Anyone have any advice?

(4 Posts)
Jackmummy Mon 07-Sep-09 12:09:19

I've already got two lovely dc and I am feeling ready to TTC dc3.
However I'm really not sure if I can deal with the whole morning sickness thing again.

With DS (DC1) I felt sick from 6 weeks until 23 weeks. However it was mainly before lunch and I wasn't acctually sick most days.

With DD (DC2) I felt sick from 5 weeks until about 24 weeks and I was sick all the time. Day and night. I was also sick EVERY day and at any time (had to go about all the time with a bucket - just incase) grin

I've always wanted at least 3 DC, but with my pregancy with DD I actually found it very hard to cope with life. sad

I'm not yet pregnant... and I guess I'm wondering if I can do anything to prepare my body for pregnacy in order to possible reduce my morning sickness syptoms. hmm

Seeline Mon 07-Sep-09 16:39:54

I went done the drug route for pg 2 as pg1 was like your pg2. I just couldn't face it again. GP was very sympathetic and prescribed phenergan. I felt like a zombie, but it did stop the constant nausea. I was still sick several times but not nearly as bad as before.

Jackmummy Tue 08-Sep-09 21:44:53

Thanks Seeline.
I did end up on drugs with pg 2. I tried a few different ones and the best ones only worked to the extent where they stopped me being physically sick. I still felt really rough the whole time. sad
I guess I'm asking for too much hoping that something will stop me feeling so awful!

Ricci2 Thu 10-Sep-09 07:39:32

Try Vomifene - two in the evenings and 1 in the morning, don't need a script and safe while pregnant. Used it when i was preg with daughter and now started again when my morning sickness started.

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