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Nausea- What Is Yours Like

I am about 7 weeks pregnant. I have nausea on and off, it hits in waves. I notice if I keep a little something on my stomach, it is much better and seems to be much less of a problem. But I let my stomach get empty, I feel really rough and get sweaty and feel like I am going to throw up. Eating usually cures it, though I have to force myself to eat. I feel like my blood sugars have been falling. Anyone else experience anything like this?

I think I am starting to overanalayze things.
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replied September 8th, 2003
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I have heard from alot of women who get nausea, they eat and it seems to help alot. I dont know, but you might want to keep eating some more, remember you are eating for 2 now. Good luck and dont worry.
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replied September 9th, 2003
Hi there! See the other posts regarding nausea. It really helped me!!
I actually feel the same way as you except mine is all day long!! I just went to the dr last night and I told him that I couldnt take it anymore trying to function each day. He gave me zofran, a tablet that dissolves on your tongue. So far it has definitely taken the edge off and I feel a little better.
Although nothing sounds good to eat. I have to force myself!! Ugh! Let me know how it goes!!
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