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Ill be 5 weeks tomorrow and it hit me full on this morning. I'm barely functioning right now I haven't thrown up yet but I sure feel like I could at any moment. I have a headache, stomachache. Feel a little dizzy / light headed. Is it normal to have it this early? I didn't have any symptoms with my BO so I feel like this is good lol I also had no symptoms with my son.
I had it for the first fourteen weeks with my daughter (bleh!) and just for four with my son. With my son, I was prescribed Zofran and it constipated me like crazy but it helped! I've got a bottle of Zofran in my car now, but I haven't taken it yet. I'm just getting over (Or finishing, whatever you call it) the stomach flu and that has been BRUTAL!!
But, I don't think it's too early for you to have sickness. Remember, chant that nausea is a good thing, nausea is a good thing...
I was super sick early on and stayed that way until 20 something weeks with DD. I ended up going to my dr begging for some anti nausea prescription and he gave me zofran. That stuff made me able to eat. With this one, I'm slightly queasy all the time, with moments of running to the toilet thinking I'm gonna puke but the feeling of immediate puking fades, but the nausea doesn't until I force myself to nibble some dry cereal or something.
Mom to a 2 year old baby girl, 2 week old baby boy, and one in Heaven.
In loving memory of our angel baby, with us for 4 weeks. Baby went to be with God July 24th, 2009.
Highly recommend B6 and half a unisom. I also have a friend that swears by wearing those motion sickness bands on your wrists. Could also try preggie pops, you can find them at Target, Babies R'Us, and Motherhood Maternity.
I know this was discussed on a different board at some point - a pregnant friend of mine mentioned that Preggie Pops worked for her morning sickness and other ladies here commented that they worked for them as well.
I've felt like I have had a stomach bug all week long so totally normal, it seems to me the more pregnancies I have the more I get the morning sickness/nausea early on
Angela, Wife to Aaron Mother to Kimberly and Joseph
Ectopic Pregnancy Surgery 8/1/12
Ectopic Pregnancy (shot) 7/6/13
HSG test shows perfect/clear tubes
Prayers for no more ectopics!
I don't think 5 weeks is too early... everyone's body is different. Mine has started at 6 weeks on the dot with both this pregnancy and my last. I'm hoping this time it doesn't get as bad, but I'm definitely feelin it.