I had morning sickness 24 hours a day 7 days a week from about 6-12 weeks. It's normal. I don't know why they call it "morning" sickness. I don't know anyone who only has it in the morning. It generally goes away after the first trimester.
I have never ACTUALLY had morning sickness. My stomach feels queasy and I might vomit twice during a pregnancy but thats it for me. My sister, on the other hand is completely opposite. She will stay sick 24 hours a day the whole pregnancy. She even vomits during labor and delivery. She gets medicine from the doctor that she says is great. She says she takes one in the AM and gets sick very little after that. Also, she takes 2 flintstone vitamins instead of prenatals because they make her sick as well. Hope this helps! GOOD LUCK!
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there are women who are unfortunate and have morning sickness all the time. a friend of mine was like that during her whole pregnancy...I had never heard of anyone do the way that she done..she got sick at the smell of drinking water...her own hair...every little thing made her sick. During one of her pregnacies, one of her doctors told her to eat smaller meals, several times a day...not just breakfast lunch and dinner.....eat all day..so to speak...just a small helping of food every hour or so.....believe it or not, that calmed it down. You would think that one getting this sick during pregnancy, they would refuse to have more kids!!! Welll......she just found out she is pg with her 6th....yes I said 6th!!! child! good luck
i finally at 16 weeks started gettign a little less sick feeling, i was feelign that way all day long, if I was awake, i was sick feeling! I finally foudn that drinking pineapple juice made me feel better and I would drink one as soon as I got up, then later on when I woudl start feelign sick, I would drink more. But now, the thought of it makes me sick, strange huh?
Unfortunately it is one of those things that vary by woman. With my first pregnancy, I was sick 24 hours a day the ENTIRE pregnancy, and right up until my baby was no longer in utero (I was even throwing up all over the place during the delivery). It sucked. At the time, I was so naive that I never even ONCE thought to ask my doc about it. I wish I had. With this pregnancy, I went through a little 'spurt' where I was sick for days at a time, and couldnt even hold down water. I called my doc and got some phenegren. It helped a lot. Made me sleep a lot but I sure felt better.