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  1. #6
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    I almost didn't have any sickness at all, just felt a little bit tired. Lemon juice/lemon helped me very well and of course you can handle almost everything for your darling babe. L&D all went well without any sickness, just bearable pain. Don't worry, all women can go through it.

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    The food aversions were terrible! The thought of eating anything other than the food I was craving almost made me sick. Until I was 12 weeks or so, all I wanted was grilled chicken and caesar salads. If I even thought about eating something else, it would turn my stomach. I remember being so grossed out by a baked potato with sour cream, I literally had to leave the room to get away from the smell of it.
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    For me every pregnancy has been different.

    Elizabeth - All day, all night, 24 hours a day 7 days a week nausea and vomiting atleast 7/8 times a day from before my period was even late until after I have birth (40 weeks 4 days) It was hell and I spent a lot of time in hospital, nothing helped ease it I lost 15kg and had my daughter was underweight at birth.

    Annabelle - Started the same as with Elizabeth but by 20 weeks I was only vomiting in the mornings. As long as i remebered my medication some days wouldn't vomit at all. I still felt nauseous all day and night though.

    This pregnancy I had nausea from 4 weeks and vomiting only in the afternoon/night. It all eased off by 10 weeks and I don't even have nausea now (17 weeks) I have been getting horrible migraines though an even had to spend 3 days in hospital because of it 2 weeks ago, my OB and neurologist don't think the migraines are pregnancy related however.
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    I only vomited twice in the first trimester, both when I didn't eat first thing in the AM. Most of the time my stomach just felt slightly off...pretty mild overall.

    Agree on the aversions though --I still can't handle sweet potatoes or dill.
    mom to livvy jozefa 7.10.13

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    Quote Originally Posted by rowangreeneyes View Post
    The food aversions were terrible! The thought of eating anything other than the food I was craving almost made me sick. Until I was 12 weeks or so, all I wanted was grilled chicken and caesar salads. If I even thought about eating something else, it would turn my stomach. I remember being so grossed out by a baked potato with sour cream, I literally had to leave the room to get away from the smell of it.
    Oh, yeah, the food aversions are bad, going into the kitchen is a minefield. I actually threw up on my husband's feet the other day (accidental, I tried not to do it in the fridge), very charming.
    [FONT=Palatino Linotype][CENTER]My darling Marian Illyria Aphrodite, March 2013 & Little Bunny (a girl!) due 9th of February 2014[/CENTER][/FONT]

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