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  • Janine Janine's Avatar 01-10-11 | 04:49 PM
  • Hiw's everyone dealing with it? Mine has been terrible the last couple days. I still haven't actually thrown up, but I've felt so wretched, I wish I could just to get it over with. I've also been so exhausted, I could have slept the entire weekend away. My boobs are getting really big and sore too.
    I seem to be able to keep the nausea at a functional level as long as I make sure i go no more than 2 hours with eating, and I keep preggie pops around for the times it gets really bad. They really seem to help me.
  • Mishas Mishas's Avatar 01-10-11 | 05:34 PM
  • I'm on Zofran for hyperemesis, it's keeping me out of hospital for the most part. I've been twice for IV fluids, but hopefully it will ease off soon.
  • Mark'sbabygirl Mark'sbabygirl's Avatar 01-12-11 | 12:14 AM
  • I drank a bunch of Tiki Punch when I had morning sickness last summer. It is a super sweet carbonated punch that seemed to be the only thing that would help. My morning sickness was pretty bad this pregnancy, but luckily it only lasted from around weeks 6-11....hopefully yours will let up soon! I know how rough it can be!
  • Janine Janine's Avatar 01-12-11 | 12:13 PM
  • oh man...even the thought of something sweet make sme wanna gag! Really tart lemonaid seems to be the best for me.

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