6354932 tn?1380574292

pregnant and going to college

Im 7 weeks pregnant and just started college but the nausea and faitgue is giving me hell..anyone else going through this?
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Avatar universal
The fatigue will pass on its own. It won't be until you're around 10-12 weeks. The nausea on the other hand you can do something about! Start eating more frequent and smaller meals. One thing that has been saving me from visiting the porcelain throne is ginger snaps. I eat one slowly when I start to feel a little uneasy. Also, sipping on ginger ale has helped a ton! Good luck mom to be!
9309926 tn?1405447056
Just keep crackers by you it helped me a lot with the sickness
6354932 tn?1380574292
Luckily for me i havnt experienced vommitting just heavy nuasea which has cut down my appettite for food and cuasing me to keep myself without food most of the day which i guess made the nuasea worse...thanks alot for the advice
9623228 tn?1406019441
I'm roughly six weeks, and I'm constantly nauseated. Don't have fatigue yet. Id say try and easy something and see if it helps. I was about to be sick, but I had a burrito and want nauseous for another three hours...but that's just me.
6354932 tn?1380574292
I tried sour candies..i heard it helps but it only relieved my nuasea for a few min
Avatar universal
if u dont eat the nausea will only get worse u have to force yourself to eat something suck on a peppermint before eating use to help me
Avatar universal
Over time it should get better but every pregnancy is different ..try sour candy or crackers during the day that's what helped me good luck with your little one !
Avatar universal
Try to find something you can snack on throughout the day to keep your blood sugar stable. It helps so much with the nausea. I would let your profs know that you're pregnant. Most are super understanding if they know about you needing to leave class or snack during lecture.
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