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I don't ask for myself, I was just thinking about poor Lucy the other day and how she (and others) are STILL having ongoing m/s issues.
So that got me to wondering: Is delivery like an "off" switch for m/s? Not having had it the first time around (and only in the first trimester this time) - I have no clue. But for those of you BTDT moms who suffered through full pregnancy M/S - what's the general consensus on this?
Inquiring minds want to know.
Maggie - Proud Mommy to Marlowe & Willamina
I obviously don't yet have first hand experience, but my mom threw up the morning she had me from m/s and felt normal as soon as they would let her eat. She said delivery was an instant off switch for her m/s I seriously am looking forward to eating at an all you can eat buffet as soon as I can.
Wife to Josh
Mommy to Caleb (born 12/11/12)
Due with baby "Zo" on July 10th
I had m/s with each of my previous pregnancies the whole time and this time too. I missed a dose if zofran the other day and have beeen unable to catch up ever since, ugh! However, mine lasted until about 24-48 hours after delivery the last two times. It is def something to look forward to!