Morning sickness has not hit me in full force yet, but I am sure it has hit some of you. What are you guys doing for your symptoms?
I have rediscovered ginger ale with a twist of lemon.
I will be six weeks tomorrow, so it is kind of early for me. I do get it sometimes, if I do not eat frequently or enough. When I start to feel sick, I try to eat some carbs. That usually helps me. Green tea helps sometimes, but other times it tastes too sweet. I did a lot of ginger ale and roman (sp) noodles with my last pregnancy.
MS has been off and on lately but it was awful at first. It hit me really early with this pregnancy.
Carbs, staying hydrated (but not drinking water too fast) and eating frequently help. Ginger ale was my life saver last pregnancy. I want to try seabands if I start throwing up as it was so bad with DD.
Ugh MS. I have it full blown, vomiting and all. With DD I had it just as bad but it didn't START until I was about 8 weeks. This time MS was my first symptom at just 5 DPO. I went to the dr. and got a prescription for diclectin. It's definitly helping, although I still get waves of nausea if I am hungry.
Mine started up right around 6 weeks, which is about usual for me. Dealing with brushing my teeth is the worst, it always makes me gag!
Sonja ~ Chaotic mama to DS1 (9/04), DD1 (HB 7/06), DD2 (HB 7/08 ) & DS2 (UC 6/10)
No ms yet, thank goodness!!
I had it really bad my last pregnancy and NOTHING seemed to help. I tried eating crackers before getting out of bed, ginger, and prescription medication for nausea that the doctor prescribed me.
They say every pregnancy is different, so I'm hoping maybe this is one of those lucky pregnancies and in a few weeks you'll all be hating me cause I'll feel fresh and energetic with NO ms.
We have to dream...