My Pregnancy and Things For Morning/Evening/All Day Sickness

My Pregnancy and Things For Morning/Evening/All Day Sickness

My son is a miracle to me. I never thought I would be able to get pregnant due to having PCOS so when it happened I was beyond ecstatic. I sometimes look back and wonder how it happened. Was it my diet at the time? Was it the vitamins I was taking? Who knows. I am just glad it happened.

The first pregnancy symptom started when I was around 10 weeks. I would feel really sick in the evening (I still get this feeling at times in the evening even though I am not pregnant) and could not do much. It started getting worse after a while but oddly enough, I did not vomit from it. I was able to get Zofran from the doctor which helped along with ginger and sea sickness bands. At around 18 weeks the evening sickness went away.

Beyond 18 weeks I can honestly say that I did not have any other problems. I had a lot of energy and felt all around healthy. For this, I am very grateful. I hear about women having issues their entire pregnancy and I really feel for them. Although I did not have Hyperemesis Gravidarum, I sure hope that they find some kind of cure for it or something. I can not imagine having nausea that was significantly worse than what I had.

Since I still get evening sickness at times (no idea why) I have some things that I use to help me get through it. They would also help with actual pregnancy sickness. Here is a list of them:

  1. Nauzene Chew Tablets
  2. Peppermint essential oil (to smell)
  3. Meclizine tablets
  4. Tummy Tune Up (powerful probiotic)
  5. Ginger capsules
  6. Nauzene Liquid
  7. Vitamin B6
  8. Unisom
  9. Pink Stork Morning Sickness Spray
  10. Zofran
  11. Ginger candy

There are more products out there that help with nausea so you need to do your research on them.

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