Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Hope it's normal for morning sickness to come and go.

Normally, I feel icky starting around 9:30/10:00 p.m. and lasting through the next morning. Well, yesterday it seems my appetite was back and I felt good last night. I brushed my teeth last night and this morning without gagging. Hopefully, m/s is just taking a break and will be back soon. 1 week to go until my ultrasound, and I really hope to see that flickering heartbeat! I think I might die of nervousness beforehand. I'll probably hyperventilate. I wish the week would just hurry up.

(A post note: my anxiety is culminated by the fact that last time my bean stopped growing at 8 weeks and I never even knew. No cramping, no bleeding--nothing. Only to find out 4 weeks later that it was a missed miscarriage.)

So, for those of you who have been through this before, did your morning sickness ever come and go? I can barely remember with Andrew since the m/s part of it was 2 1/2 years ago. I do know that it lasted from weeks 6-9, but I don't remember if it came and went.

5 comments:

Elana Kahn said...

My morning sickness (read evening sickness) definitely came and went. There were days when I couldn't eat anything in the evenings and others when I was fine. My worst evening sickness was actually around 12 weeks. Go figure. :-)

Anonymous said...

I can't believe I don't remember already, I'm not even done being pregnant.
But I do know I felt worse with my m/c pregnancy than I did with this one. It was my hypoglycemia that was real bad last time and I just havent had any this time.
I'm praying for you and your little bean through these next few days. I know how hard it is even after seeing the h/b. I saw ours with my m/c baby, then a couple weeks later we didnt. So while a h/b was reassuring for the moment, I know how things can go wrong from one appointment to the next.
Have you thought of getting a fetal doppler? I rented one and it really helped me inbetween appointments until I could feel him move.
The first Tri (after loss) is just so hard.

BB

Hollister said...

I never had m/s. Only made it to 6 wks and the baby died around 5. But I know what you're going through. I'm a nervous wreck, trying to hold myself together with cheap dollar store glue.

rocket.queen. said...

It definitely comes and goes. Normal! Honestly I only had some fleeting nausea until week 7-9 when I threw up all day long and could only keep down breakfast (so much for MORNING sickness, right?). The hormones fluctuate at different times of day, hence the disappearing reappearing MS

-Kinda- Crunchy said...

Mine certainly came and went. ;)

I didn't even really have it that bad this time around. My first pregnancy it was terrible.

Just keep reminding yourself every pregnancy is different. ((hugs))