non-stop nausea in pregnancyHi,
I am a 32 year old female, and I am about 6 weeks pregnant. I have been having continual nausea that just seems to be getting worse. Anytime I think about, smell or see food, I feel like throwing up; however, I haven't actually thrown up. It is continual throughout the day and evening, probably worse from about noon until 9pm.
I feel exhausted all the time as well, and have had troubles breathing, almost feeling at times like I'm suffocating. All the symptoms seem to be better when I'm lying down. I also feel much better when in fresh air. Unfortunately, I've also been getting chilled easily, similar to the way I feel when I have a fever (but I've checked, and I don't have a fever).
I feel a real aversion to meats right now. I've been trying to force myself to eat small amounts of food so that my stomach isn't empty, but I've also been pretty constipated, and I don't feel like I've been emptying very much each day.
Prior to getting pregnant I had digestive issues such as food intolerances and constipation, but I feel like they have intensified in the past couple of weeks. I had been using Chaste Tree to help with issues I'd had with too short of a cycle.
I am 5'3", 131 lbs, with a fairly athletic build. I do feel better when I am active, but I have been so tired, that it's been hard to do much of a workout.
I have 2 other young kids whom I want to take care of during this time. Please help suggest some options for the constant nausea so that I can function again.
Annabellicas42 on 2016-04-23
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