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Second Trimester Nasea- concerned

I am 18 weeks pregnant. My nasea stopped at 10 weeks and is now back. I am really concerned. Has anyone else had this happen? Is this some kind of infection?
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290018 tn?1240369468
i don't know...I think mine with my first child lasted about 5 months total but I don't remember if it came back.  I'd make a quick call to my doctor...they may be able to put your mind at ease.  Good luck!
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187316 tn?1386360282
Yeah it happens. I'm 27 1/2 weeks and it went away at about 12 weeks for me but every once in a while it comes back and I feel sick for a day or two and then it just goes away again.
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My auntie had it all the way threw her pregnancy and everythng was fine
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Sometimes as your uterus continues to grow bigger and moves up out of the pelvic area, it can start to put pressure up on you stomach making you feel sick.  I don't know if this is the case with you, but if you feel really nervous about it, it wouldn't hurt to check with your doctor.  It is always possible that you may have a bug or something too.  Good Luck!
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