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We got taken to Golden Corral for dinner one night. It was the worst decision ever! I got so sick walking in the front door we had to leave. One time we went to my mom's sisters house, and she has 6 kids, plus there was about 10 adults there.
We got taken to Golden Corral for dinner one night. It was the worst decision ever! I got so sick walking in the front door we had to leave. One time we went to my mom's sisters house, and she has 6 kids, plus there was about 10 adults there. There was so much noise in the house it made me sick and I almost passed out. I had to go running outside cause of the heat and noise. Then I had to leave. That was strange to me. When ever I got up in the morning I could not smell or look at food at all. Which is bad when you have a two year old who wants a cup first thing in the morning. Opening up the fridge was terrible. Especially if I saw last nights dinner. I was so sick my last pregnancy that it took me 6 months to start gaining weight, but once I did I made up for it. I was sick all the way til the end, both pregnancies.
Although strangely enough, I want another one right now. I am so ready to have a girl. Just got to talk hubby into the idea. We know we want one just not sure on the timing.
Taking care of a toddler during pregnancy, not to mention pregnancy nausea is awful. My oldest had terrible allergies and had this awful diapers, she'd wake up and call for me, and I'd just shudder
"Oh, G*g. Don't let it be a bad one." If My Man was home when she got up, he'd change it. But, oh, those allergy diapers were awful when I had pregnancy nausea.
I'm sorry you suffered the entire time. My third pregnancy, I asked my doctor what we could do, as I have migraines and I am nauseous most of the time anyway, and the threat of dehydration was great in early pregnancy. He put me on Compazine
(it's B in the Pregnancy List, which means no threat to the fetus), which does not hurt the developing fetus and it REALLY helped a lot. They also use Zofran
(also a B drug) now, which was developed for chemo patients. It won't hurt the baby, either. My Pediatrician took it during her last pregnancy. A lot of my clients also have taken Zofran for pregnancy nausea. You need to gain the weight and not dehydrate and sometimes chemistry is the best route.