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Truthfully, I haven't had much MS at all this entire time. However, I have noticed in the past couple weeks that my gag reflex is HORRIBLE, where it didn't bother me in the first trimester. I gag constantly while brushing my teeth!
Also in the past few weeks I get sick if I eat too late in the evening, or if I go too long without food (like it makes me throw up after I eat).
I may have caught an actual stomach bug... or over did the activity this weekend, I'm not sure, but I just hit 17 weeks yesterday and I'm feeling awful today... I puked my entire breakfast which is abnormal for me even in the worst part of morning sickness I don't puke the whole contents of my stomach (sorry for the TMI)... I'm hopeing it is just a bug and will go away soon. (my daughter had a tummy bug this weekend so it isn't completely out of reason.
After a couple months break, my MS seems to be back too for some reason. At first I thought I had some sort of stomach bug, but that's definitely not it because it's gone on for too long.
I'm waking up nauseous, gag till I puke while brushing my teeth, occasionally vomit after meals, vomit if I wait too long to eat...And the worst - gagging/puking with bad smells.
I have to pee every hour nowadays, so of course I couldn't make it out of the grocery store without visiting the ladies room. So in I go only to catch a whiff of what smells like stale depends and lost it right there in the bathroom. Gross!
Guess some of us are destined to suffer throughout the entire process.