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Postby Louise24 » Sat Aug 02, 2003 3:03 pm

Hoping someone can help me, im going to be 12weeks on Monday and im finding the sickness really bad, Ive tried sea sick bands, ginger and tea before i get out off bed and eating small amounts for offten but nothing seems to be helping!<br><br>I even had to phone the doctor out yestarday as i couldnt even keep water down they were going to admit me into hospital and put a drip in me but have said to wait a day or two to see if im any better, but a day on and im still the same!!!<br><br>Anyone with any good tips???<br><br>Thank You<br>Louise<br>11weeks and 10days Twins
Twins Brodi and Kyle 1 on the 27th Jan
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Postby bubblymichelle » Sun Aug 03, 2003 8:25 am

Hi Lou<br>Firstly I am sorry I didn't reply to your text yesterday I have only just got me some credit. I don't really know what to say to you to be honest with the sickness. I had sickness but I just made sure I was eating something (snacking) all day because I was feeling sick and then constantly sick after a meal on the evening. I really do not no what to advise you. Hope your managing to keep the drinks down that the doctor gave you.<br><br>Speak to you soon.<br>Love<br>Shell.<br>15wks 3d pg<br>x x
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Postby NickyJ » Mon Aug 04, 2003 5:45 am

Louise,<br><br>Flat room temp Coca cola The Real Thing!!! not diet. It seemingly settles your electrolytes!!<br><br>That or try dried apricots and they can raise iron levels so a double bonus if they work for you.<br><br>Good Luck<br>Nicky
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Postby SallyP » Mon Aug 04, 2003 9:07 am

Poor you!<br><br>Acupuncture a couple of times a week is supposed to help - but my acupuncture lady did say that it can get worse weeks 9 - 12. I know you mentioned the wrist bands but I find it helps if you dig a nail into the acupressure point there. I read something about Lucozade or glucose tablets and also sucking on ice chips helping, and I also read about b vitamins helping, but I can't remember which b vitamin it was or how much, so it might be an idea to give your midwife or GP a ring. Sorry not to be more precise.<br><br>My sister in law had twins, and her nausea was really helped by swimming in the morning (not ideal I know!!!!).<br><br>At least it's a sign of a healthy pregnancy - and it will pass!<br>Hope you feel better,love Sally xx<br>
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Postby Jo Locker » Mon Aug 04, 2003 12:45 pm

Hi Louise .... you really have my sympathies. I'm 7 weeks and have nausea most of the time but no actual sickness so far. It's pretty horrid but nothing like what you're going through.<br><br>I found that a fizzy drink helps me - Lucozade worked for me really well but then I saw that it contained caffeine and so stopped drinking it. But the lucozade glucose tablets dont have caffeine in them so maybe try them. Sparkling water helps perhaps with a bit of fruit juice.<br><br>Other than that, dry melba toast is a godsend to me, but we're all different.<br><br>I hope it soon eases off for you - if you find any brilliant cure please let us know!!!! Jo. XXXXX<br><br>
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