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i want another baby loads but last night i felt sick and went dizzy and it remained me what i have in store for myself everyday for the 9 months of my pg. after the first 16 weeks are so it gets easier because the feeling dizzy goes away and i'm just left with being sick and i can cope with that. but the first 16 weeks or so i feel dizzy and have a funny head all the time and feel very tired all the time and i'm sick all day and i'm not sure i can cope with that with zac being only young.
but at the same time i don't want as big of a gap as with nicole and zac.
anybody no of anyone that has managed to reduced the symptons of hypermisis?
Well maybe you will not have that next time. I didn't have any m/s at all with Lennox. With my older 2 I would get it here and there and with my twins I had it all day every day from week 7 or 8 until week 20.
Simone SAHM to 5 boys Trenton 19, Tyler 16, twins Peyton and Eli 7, & Lennox 3
Simone: Hyperemesis is different than regular morning sickness. A good friend had it, and it's pretty awful (she was hospitalized 5 times in her first trimester for dehydration.) If I'm not mistaken, if you have hyperemesis, you will most likely have it for each pregnancy - this is a big reason my aforementioned friend is one and done.
Michelle: Man, I'm sorry I don't have any advice for you. I can ask my friend if they ever found anything that worked for her (but I don't think so - she was still throwing up the week of her delivery), although your best bet might be to meet with an OB who has experience treating HG patients and see if s/he can suggest anything. I don't blame you for what you're feeling though - just watching my friend made me seriously terrified of pregnancy! <3
Matt & Jessica - Married 10.27.2007, TTC #1 starting fall 2012
Furbabies Bella (dog) and Luna (cat - RIP 7/8/2012)
each pg my hypermisis has got worse with my dd i wasn't hospitalized at all with my ds i was hospilzied 4 times i'm scared next time will be worse and they do say it gets worse each pg theres a small chance i might not get it.
things work alittle different here with docs we don't get such a wide choice. the meds didn't work with zac one actually made me feel worse. i have read that if you start the meds early before it starts it can help. and i do know abit more now like to drink and eat almost constantly so some stays in and i'm gonna try milk thistle.
but its still scarey. i know women have it alot worse than me though so i am lucky there its just not nice and i worry it will be worse this time.