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mattswifey0202 posted:
I am so sick with this pregnancy. This will be our first baby, but my second pregnancy. I lost the baby to a miscarriage last June. I was not this sick. We are waiting to tell our family, but it is very hard for me to hide my symptoms of nausea, fatigue, and moodiness. How does everyone else deal with these symptoms??
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ajrb913 responded:
I have been nauseous all the time with this one.. thats how i know its sticky.. i have m/c 2 tinmes before and was not sick at all with those.. but anyway.. i just bought preggie pops and sea bands and they are working GREAT!!! you can get sea bands at walmart near the dramamine HTH!!
 
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kimberlyjmorales responded:
I'm 9 weeks pregnant with my second and am sick all day long, just like I was with my first. Two things I've found that help are Zofran, which is safe to take when you are pregnant and eating small meals, even if its just a piece of bread, every hour or so. Nap as much as you can, even if its just for 10 or 15 min and exercise if possible. Even a walk for a half hour will make you feel better. Also, I dont feel like eating much so I track what I do have on fitday.com to see what I'm missing. Good Luck!


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