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Debilitating nausea

Hi ladies, is anyone experiencing debilitating nausea? I literally have to lie in bed for the best part of the day and I can hardly eat a thing :(
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I would love to lie in bed for most of the day......and yes I have terrible nausea with this pregnancy as well as intermittent vomiting. However, I work full-time and have 2 toddlers to take care of....I am extremely thankful for my live-in mother-in-law and an amazing husband! Enjoy the rest, if you can, cause when baby gets here it will all change! Hang in there!!!
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I've heard taking unisom and b6 helps tremendously!!! My doctor said they're both safe too
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I learned that DHA can increase nausea symptoms. Lots of prenatals have DHA so I switched mine and my nausea is more manageable. I was totally bedridden and now I can get up and almost function normally (still nauseous but can function).

I will have to add DHA / Omega3 in other ways or reintroduce it towards the end of the pregnancy
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I was till my Dr gave me a prescription for diclectin  and now I am doing pretty good I would actually ask your Dr or obgyn about it works amazing I can get up now and not worried I am gonna vomit everywhere and continue on my day with my 1 1/2 years-old  son
19260926 tn?1474809253
I was till my Dr gave me a prescription for diclectin  and now I am doing pretty good I would actually ask your Dr or obgyn about it works amazing I can get up now and not worried I am gonna vomit everywhere and continue on my day with my 1 1/2 years-old  son
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