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    Question Feeling sick before ....

    going into labour.

    I have been feeling very off for the last few days. To the point of feeling like I want to vomit. Just a constant nauseous feeling.

    What I want to know is has anyone had this feeling prior to going into labour ??

    I am trying to work out whether this is a stomach bug (without any other issues) or whether it could be my body getting ready for labour. Thinking that perhaps a hormone surge could be causing the nausea,

    I was sick when I went into labour with Tehya, but that was more of a flu thing, hight temps etc.

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    I was sick a couple of weeks before I went into labor with Rochelle... My Dr told me it was hormones changing and getting ready for birth or something... But then I had that awful migraine a couple of nights before I had Rochelle which was accompanied with nausea... Sorry, that info probably wasn't that helpful, but I suppose I did get a little bit sick! Definitely got sick in transition! ROFL

    Good luck Trish... How exciting!!

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    Thanks Catherine. Yeah I get sick in transition too. Shocker isn't it !!

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    Hey Trish

    it does sound like your body is responding to a surge in hormones....yay...not for nausea

    I was really emotional for the few days before I went into labor with Jay...and then nauseous in transition...yucko

    rest up yummy mummy

    xx yogababy

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    Hey Trish, I was exactly the same with Ash, 24 hours before I went into labour i was sick as sick, looked horrible, felt horrible, even my sis knew something was up no matter how hard I tried to hide it..

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    Ohhhh goody goody gum drops. LOL.

    I have been a right b!tch too. Does that mean anything. Or just that I am a b!tch

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    LOL for the 3 weeks before labour I had on/off nausea and feeling ill. The day of labour starting I sent Matilda to day care because I felt so ill, I stayed in bed all day & snapped at anyone who would talk with me. That night I went into labour... and all I can say was it was an intense feeling of yuck. I slept and laid in bed with nausea and grotty feelings.

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    nah not a 'b!tch' Trish...just one hot, feisty, birthing mummy to be

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    Hi Trish
    It is very common to feel sick before going into labour. Looks like your baby will be in your arms soon

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    LOL Thanks Natalie

    Christy, I don't want 3 weeks of it. 1 week tops will do me thanks

    Ahhh nothing like going into labour feeling like crap already....

    Oh Alan, here's hoping hun. Feel like some quick work. Don't think my midwife will be making it here.

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    Oooooh, Trish..........sounds like things are begining to dock and roll.............best of luck babe! xx

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    Trish if i was in Sydney I would pop in to see you today. I would love to be able to attend your birth.

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    Are you serious when you say your midwife will not get there in time?

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    Not unless she can drive super fast. She is 4 hours away !!

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    It would take me a lot longer than 4 hours to get there

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    LOL Yeah I know. Diff state and all

    Nice in theory and thought though

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    Ugh yucko, Trish. How awful to be constantly feeling crook. Hope that this does mean it will all be happening for you soon... How very exciting! Looking forward to reading your announcement

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    Amy, just don't go holding your breath hun. I have a feeling bub is going to make me wait it out.

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