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of throwing up in the car!! It terrifies me. When I was pregnant with DD I didn't have my license yet and DH and I worked together so he just drove us to work everyday and if I needed to throw up he'd pull over. Now when I drive DD to school in the morning i'm armed with bags and paper towel incase I throw up. I've only actually vomited twice (not in the car) but I'm so scared i'll need to throw up and get into a car accident! Anyone else have a weird fear like that? haha
Mom to my wildchild Kalyna (Dec 2008)
This made me giggle too, only because I've thrown up in the car with my last pregnancy. Thankfully I was only driving 35mph and I was driving my mothers car at the time. Oops! I was just thinking about that incident too and how I need to place a bag in my car for when my MS kicks in. It is scary to think we could be driving on a freeway and have that urge. I hope for safe travels for all!
I actually don't have much of a problem with throwing up. I've always had a way sensitive stomach, so I used to throw up all the time until I started eating like a grown up (about two years ago, at 27). I've actually thrown up while driving before. Haha. The key is to keep plastic bag in the car.
with my last I had to pull over multiple times on the highway to throw up. Horrible let me tell you. I have a hard time throwing up in public so I will just stay miserable until I can be alone it sucks
Sometimes, it's an advantage.
With a different pregnancy, I got out of a speeding ticket because as the cop was checking my info, I opened the door and puked. When he came back and asked if I was ok, I said "yes, it's just morning sickness". He felt sorry for me and I got off with a warning.
I can usually control puking enough to pull over. It's like making it to the bathroom before you puke. I haven't puked on the floor since I was in elementary school. I'm sure at some point, I'm going to have to ask for something for the ms. It hasn't hit too hard yet though.
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