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LJD3Tdance April 3rd, 2012 10:50 PM

I seriously don't know how I'm going to survive April and May. I've never had the nausea return like this. I've made it through 40 weeks of nausea before, but it never got worse at the end, it just eventually leveled out and stayed there for the rest of the pregnancy, now it is has become worse and I'm puking again! Idk how I'm going to do this. I really just want to go to the hospital and be like "Make me better." :cry:

mighttyjomomma April 4th, 2012 05:26 AM

Aw, sorry to hear it. Did you talk to your OB about it?

Btw, I don't see siggys on the forum runner app, how far along are you?

K.A.T April 4th, 2012 08:51 AM

Re: Cries
I'm sorry hun I hope you feel better.

LJD3Tdance April 5th, 2012 12:38 AM

Re: Cries

Originally Posted by mighttyjomomma (Post 25846185)
Aw, sorry to hear it. Did you talk to your OB about it?

Btw, I don't see siggys on the forum runner app, how far along are you?

You can't really tell much from my siggy, the only thing that even mentions me being pregnant is the little "June DDC" blinkie, which really doesn't tell you anything, since there are 30 days in June...and I'm actually due on none of them :lol:. My due date is May 31, and now that is after midnight, I'm 32 weeks pregnant...

I did not talk to my midwife, but I don't need to, the puking got a ton worse, to the point where I knew it wasn't morning sickness...and now I'm trying to recover from this virus!

badgirl11381 April 5th, 2012 06:22 AM

Re: Cries
I had hypermesis so I was throwing up the whole entire time and lost 80 pounds :'( I honestly could not keep nothing down. The only thing that helped was Zofran ($80.00 a pill and I needed three pills a day) and even with that I could only eat the B.R.A.T diet and I only kept down about two bites . Back then it was supposed to be used only for cancer patients but I believe now most insurance companies cover it.

LJD3Tdance April 5th, 2012 11:59 AM

Re: Cries
Yeah, Zofran has a generic now so it isn't so expensive, they got the generic in like 2008? But I always have hypernemsis, it just doesn't continue the whole time, the nausea continues the whole time. I go long beyond the first trimester though...I normally loose weight for the first half of pregnancy, with Rock I lost like 30lbs or something before I gained anything.

Zofran doesn't normally stop my puking though.

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