I am currently almost 13w and anytime that I feel like I am going to be sick, I rush to the bathroom.... Instead of vomiting I just dry heave - even when I have fluid/food in my system. Any reason as to why I don't actually throw up - just dry heave?
Be glad you don't puke!! I couldn't keep a thing down for 18 weeks. The dry heaving should let up by the middle of your 2nd trimester. Try to avoid eating too much at any given time, and stay hydrated. Hope you feel better soon!
Honestly if I could have gotten away with dry heaving I would have been in heaven during my morning sickness, everything I ate came back up for 4 months straight... Don't eat any pickles they burn like hell coming back up...
Can't help you, I'm sorry. I haven't gotten any nausea. morning sickness or heartburn yet and hopefully I never will.
If it would make you feel better to actually throw up then pull the trigger. Try eating slowly so your stomach makes room for the food slowly, insted it kinda goes up and down until it settles... Don't drink soda as it fills you up with air and wanting to burp probably makes you want to throw up. Just drink water with a couple of drops of lemon or lime and that should help.
Yes ladies, I feel for all you out there suffering through this icky part of our blessing. This is my third and I swear the morning sickness with this one is far worse than it was with my other two children. Each pregnancy has gotten more challenging with the morning sickness. I dry heeve numerous times daily, which never happened before. Last time I was just nauseated all the time. Hopefully it clears up for all of us soon. Wishing you all healthy and happy mamas and babies!!!
I started to get nauseous even before I was expecting my period and then at week 12 it was gone. I didn´t vomit but was dry heaving which I consider worse because the feeling of nausea doesn't get any better. I couldn`t find anything that made it better. Brushing my teeth made me dry heave lot. It's only happened a few times this trimester (2nd) but it's pretty much gone.
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