My morning sickness seems to be back. Yesterday I felt fine till last night. Started getting nauseous... woke up this morning to the smell of fresh cut grass and headed for their bathroom to get sick. Been getting sick all day... a subway add on Tv made me get sick! In so sick of being sick! Thank god I'm half way thru this pregnancy lol
So I talked to my dic since I'm still there and she has me trying vitamin b6 and unisom as night. Might be worth a try. I'm still trying to find someplace local that has those preggie pops you suggested.
I'll try that. Unisom is a sleep aid tho isn't it? I sent my dad to get it lol. I'm desparate. Thank you... the preggie pops you can order them online if you want from motherhood maternity. If you have the store near you they have them in store. Right now they are not working I think I maybe coming down with a bug..
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