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Morning Sickness Stopped At 9 Weeks
Why has my morning sickness stopped at 9 weeks pregnant with twins? Shouldn't it be lasting longer? Seen both babies hertbeats on us at 8 weeks 3 days
So lucky!: Consider yourself blessed that morning sickness stopped! If you saw the babies on ultrasound with heartbeats just a few days ago, I wouldn't be worried. You can always make another appt with doctor to check if you're worried, but by no means does lack of nausea mean you have miscarried! Congratulations! ...Read more
Had morning sickness for weeks, I had it all day. At 9 weeks it stopped. Could something be wrong, or is it normal to stop?
I had an suction abortion done 7 days ago and my morning sickness seems to be getting worse. Is that normal and if so when would it be stopped?
Not normal: It should have stopped or at least gotten much better by now if it was due to the pregnancy. It is possible that something unrelated to the pregnancy is causing the nausea. Even stress can do this. See a doctor to find out what is going on. Good luck. Hope you feel better soon. ...Read more
I'm 8 weeks pregnant and suddenly my morning sickness stopped. I hope its not sa bad sighn that dmth smth wrong happens?
Will I miscarry if my breasts' soreness has decreased/stopped @7w? I saw a fetal heart rate of 120 @6w2d. I haven't had morning sickness. Pcos patient
Nausea: Morning sickness happens for many women in the first trimester of pregnancy. It is nausea sometimes vomiting. It can be triggered by smells, by being hungry, being in a car for instance. It can be helped by small frequent meals, avoiding fatty foods, eating carbs, taking ginger, wearing sea bands (also used for motion sickness). It can happen any time of the day. Some women need meds to treat it. ...Read more
Morning sickness: Unfortunately, this is an all to common occurrence in pregnancy especially in the first trimester. Things I have found helpful in my practice are: eating frequent small meals, having something like crackers before even arising from bed, drinking liquids whenever you can, vitamin B6 1/2 of a Unisom as needed up to 4 times a day. If these don't work then your OB can give you prescription medication ...Read more
Many txments: Call your OB that is your ob's job, there are safe meds, there is an fda approved wrist band that gives electrical impulses that go from the nerve in the wrist to teh nausea center in the brain called primabella, b natal pops can help call your OB it is your ob's job to answer your? S and help you, zofran (ondansetron) works well in most people- cat b- safe. ...Read more
The tests for Morning sickness include:: Basic metabolic panel, Complete blood count, Thyroid blood tests, H. pylori breath test, Kidney function tests, Liver function test, Ultrasound for nuchal translucency, Ultrasound of kidneys, Urinalysis, Urine culture, Ultrasound of abdomen, Lipase, MRI of head, Ketone panel. ...Read more