im on my 31st week and due on april 18.having a baby girl and well i have tons of complains...backache (i know its expected) leg pains..dizziness..bloating..feeling of fullness..and even some feeling that i cant breath well. But what is really odd is just today i cant eat well and been vomiting for more than 8x already also i feel very painful in my tummy..specially on my xiphoid process..anybody..moms and doctors pls answer what is happening to me. im also alone now. nobody could help is this a fatal thing???
i have very hard time sleeping last night and stll my tastes are off..feeling really sick..i never had a prenatal check ups..i pnly had ultrasound test to determine the gender. Im hoping to check with ob nextweek. im alone in my situation thats why im feeling so difficult now. i just wish this will go away.
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