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It is for me...but that's not saying much. For me, by the third tri is when the reflux starts turning into nausea. You might try some Zantac or something to see if that helps. It helped more than anything else for me.
I've noticed it came back for me too. Not as bad as the 1st trimester, but I am working hard not to puke when I wake up in the mornings. I was going to post a similar thread... I don't like being sick, but at least I know it's not abnormal.
I see my doctor tomorrow, so I can talk to her about it. See if there is anything else she can suggest. I still had some Preggo Pops leftover from my first trimester, so I was sucking on those today. I had almost no morning sickness in the first trimester. It was mostly really bad nausea. So, it did shock me when I realized I really had to throw up after my early AM pee break.
Part of it in the 3rd tri is that your uterus is larger and so it's putting pressure on your stomach, also. I found with Patrick that if he was really active while I was trying to eat, I was more likely to throw up.
I never had nausea until the 3rd tri. I also think it is the baby pressing on the stomach. The good news is that almost any remedy for heartburn or nausea is calcium or something safe. I hope you feel better soon.