I am 15 weeks today. Overall I have been feeling soooo much better than in the first trimester. My energy is coming back and my morning sickness does not last all day. I am having more mood swings now. And I actually have a belly to show!
I'm 15 weeks and 3 days,
I've been feeling soooo much better
Barely any morning sickness!
I had a ultrasound Tuesday and the baby looks fine !
And my belly came out of no where!
I woke up and bam it was bigger and much harder!
Yes Shaunda I did. I had to take Zofran all the time just so I could keep food down. My morning sickness has gotteb much better. I have not had to take Zofran for one week now. I still have morning sickness in the mornings but it is bearable.
Yes it was bad, I would lay in bed all day long sick but refused to take anything because it scares me to take meds even if the Dr says its ok. I still don't except now I HAVE too because I have a UTI :/
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