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    Question Do I treat this nausea the same...??

    Although the midwife was happy with this I am not impressed... I have been getting some mild nausea from time to time and I understand that some people get this as their bodies prepare for the birth. Do I treat this the same as I did for m/s?? I soooooo don't want to feel sick and yesterday I cried cos I just don't want to feel like that.


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    Hi, I found the ginger tablets that I bought in anticipation for MS were useful before I was pregnant on a couple of occasions when my tummy was unsettled and queasy. Maybe some ginger would help now?

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    Morning sickness can sometimes return right at the very end, Cass. You can treat it the same. Hugs to you and I hope you feel better soon.

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    Thanks guys. Loved it when the midwife decided to tell me that some woman vomit violently going into labour...I just went....DON'T SAY THAT!! lol. I feel better at night usually and it kinda comes and goes during the day. Oh well, not too much longer, hopefully this is as bad as it gets

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    Cass M/S at the end of pregnancy is not usually a bad as it was at the begining. Treat it the same. Also dont eat large meals have lots of small ones. Dont eat within 2 hours of going to bed

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    Alan, it's so nice to hear things like that cos then I can train my mind to focus more on the positive - not as bad...mind over matter, it's a powerful thing. I have found that my appetite seems to have gone back to more like at the start - not as hungry, but all of a sudden NEED something otherwise I'll be sick. Then about an hour or so later, same routine.

    Fletch hun, I hope this time you don't have to endure that...I REFUSE TO DAMMIT!! lol. I've found that after around 2ish I'm pretty good...maybe I should stay in bed til then?? I'll send you ANTI vomit vibes and ANTI nausea vibes if you send me the same!!

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    I've also had a return of nausea in the last few days, yesterday I couldn't stand the smell of meat cooking and was gagging over the kitchen sink, but it's definitely not as bad as early m/s thank goodness! I find if I have small meals more often it helps, I think because my stomach is being pushed up and there's not as much room for food! It's not long for you to go now!

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    I had an awful time of nausea in the final weeks. The last two were full of nausea but I only vomited twice which was heaps better than my m/s. *hugs* almost there.

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    Christy, I remember you saying that you hadn't been feeling well. Today has been a fairly good day, but was so COMPLETELY exhausted instead. The trade offs we do to grow our little bundles huh!

    How's Jovie doing??

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