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I was dreading it, but so far so good! I wasn't officially diagnosed with it last time because my OB was very laxidasical, but I had all of the symptoms. I lost more than 10% of my weight, could barely eat, had to have zofran to keep anything down, etc.
With both my previous pregnancies I was so sick, every day, the whole 9 months! It was terrible and honestly, it kept me from enjoying being pregnant. Hard to enjoy it when you feel so terrible all the time! Thank goodness for zofran, that is the only thing that got me through it! So far this time, I havent been as sick... though I almost fear acknowledging that, I dont wanna jinx it!!
Thank you *Kiliki* for my awesome siggy!
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I didn't have hyperemesis but I did have horrible morning sickness well into the second trimester. I think around 25ish weeks is when I started to be able to eat without feeling repulsed. I lost a lot of weight in the beginning. Zofran was my friend til I realized that the constipation side effect was so unbelievably worse than the nausea. I think when I started on unisom/b6 is when I started being able to eat again.