i know it very well, with my first pregnancy and my current pregnancy. i usually feel pretty good in the morning. when it gets to about 4pm in the afternoon, thats when i start to feel like ****, and then it just gets worse as the evening progresses.
Its just awful, I know my poor husband hated me, and he will hate me again!!! I need to go to bed aerly, because if not, I will feel very bad, the later, the worst. Oh God, but I agree, at the end of the journey ITS SOOO WORTH IT!
and out of experience... yes, sometimes dh will think you are using it as an excuse! but they REALLY don't understand! just tell him to hang in there until you get past the 12-13 week mark and you start feeling better!!! :)
I am soooo glad I am past the sickness. I had ALL day sickness for 1 1/2 months straight. I lost 14 lbs in that 1 1/2 months because I could not eat ANYTHING or barely drink anything. I finally found that I could eat apples early in the morning and that was pretty much it. I never actually threw up (thank goodness or else I would have lost soo much more weight).
I got morning sickness at night too.
Up until I was aproaching my 2nd trimester I was experiencing that.
It'll get better hopefully once you reach your 2nd trimester.
Now I'm enjoying that lack of symptoms.
I guess that's why they call the 2nd trimester the honey moon trimester. lolol
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