I was like this in my first tri. The doc said it is normal. When my second tri came around I was worse. He put me on nausea med. I love the med but it makes me so tired and when I get up I am starved. So I try not to take it. Instead I do plan ole coke with ice, and it works. I also try to eat what my body craves.View Thread
Every miscarriage is diffrent. Also you can have bleeding while your pregnant and you will get cramps. I took 5 home test and stopped cause I thought I was having a period. But when my period was supppose to come I was cramping the whole day and next day I went in and found out I was pregnant. So really every body is diffrent on pregnancy and misscarriages.View Thread
My husband stopped having sex at 17 weeks. When we found out that were having a girl. Also since he reads all my books how the baby can hear and feel you. So he said I don't want my baby girl to see or hear what we do. So I just laugh and say maybe after the baby it will be normal. It is so frustrating not getting none.View Thread
I so feel her pain. I always throwing up sstill do and I am in my third trimester. My doctor put me on medicne for it. I lost a lot of weight threw my first and second trimester. I have gained a lot of weight back. Only due to me taking medicne and a lot of fluids. I also have to stay away from a lot of foods due to allergies. I have noticed of I do eat something wrong I am sick for at least a week. I do keep Kate in prayers and wish the best. She will need to gain more weight than most due to this sickness.View Thread
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