Pregnancy - extreme nauseaHi, I was hoping to get some help. I just started my fifth week of pregnancy and basically the entire five weeks I've been nauseous and throwing up or sleeping.
At first I was only able to eat and drink only bland things. Now I can eat or drink anything pretty much, and usually it will stay down as long as I don't get nauseous in the process of digestion.
It's absolutely unbearable, sometimes I feel like I just want to tear out my stomach so I shouldn't feel nauseous. I'm extremely sensitive to smells, and sometimes if I think of something I can already smell it.
If I move too quickly I get nauseous, if I'm hungry I'm nauseous, if I smell the smell of my husbands skin I get super nauseous, if I stand or sit too long I get nauseous, if I concentrate too much I get nauseous, and water on an empty stomach or if I just ate a few crackers or something small, almost always makes me throw up.
I seriously can't handle this anymore, what does my stomach want from me?
Please let me know if there's any remedy for this, to help relieve the gross feeling or best if it could completely go away.
Also my mother told me that when she was expecting me, and I was her first child, that she was nauseous pretty much her entire pregnancy. Is that what's going to happen to me?
Thank you for your time and thought into this. I really appreciate anyone who can help me out ( and my baby ) :)
Nechomy on 2013-04-29
When I rock gently it makes me feel a little better.
Nechomy 9 years ago
and find the article 'homeopathic Remedies for Morning
You sound like the remedy Colchicum, continuous nausea,
smells really disturb, movement helps.
If you think this matches you , you can follow directions
on there, and try 2 pellets of 30c dissolved in a quarter
cup of water and then wait to see if improving.
If you have action on it then you wait and do not take
more unless symptoms come back. Then wait again
to see if symptoms come back. The time gaps should
become longer and longer.
[message edited by simone717 on Tue, 30 Apr 2013 02:00:38 BST]
♡ simone717 9 years ago
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