Hey! I've been off vomiting . . .

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Hey! I've been off vomiting . . .
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Tue, 04-24-2012 - 1:21am

Hey guys!

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Tue, 04-24-2012 - 6:27am
I bet you're having a girl :-) Remember Kim? She had no morning sickness with her boys and terrible multiple-times-a-day vomiting with Megan. I hope you feel better soon as well. For me with James it got better around 17 weeks and with David around 13 weeks.
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Tue, 04-24-2012 - 9:19am
Hey Adrienne! I'm sorry you've been having such horrible m/s!! It is the worst part of the pregnancy, and I really hope it goes away soon! KUP!

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Tue, 04-24-2012 - 9:50am
I've got my fingers crossed you feel better soon. Don't be like me. ;)

And how do you avoid being asleep??! I'm considering a nap in my office floor right now...
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Tue, 04-24-2012 - 12:35pm

Hi, Adrienne!

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Tue, 04-24-2012 - 5:10pm

Great to hear from you Adrienne! I was just wondering about you the other day.

So sorry to hear you've been sick. Boo!

I never threw up with Selin (thankfully) but I was quite nauseous from weeks 6-14 or so. The only thing that helped me keep it at bay was snacking non stop and eating a little something before I got out of bed in the morning. Also having some hard candy around , I think I found a preggie pops version, was helpful. I tried everything under the sun - sea bands, ginger everything - but nothing gave me relief aside from never letting my stomach get empty.

Hang in there and stop in whenever you can!

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Registered: 10-15-2001
Wed, 04-25-2012 - 8:58am
Same for me, Christine. I never threw up, but I needed to keep snacking a little bit. Sour candies also helped. Cory found these lemon drops for me that were so good.
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