My name is Parul and this is my first pregnancy. I found out on the 16th October that I am pregnant. We started trying a month ago and so I am still trying to adjust with the idea of being pregnant. My family are either in India and China and even though I live with my fiance. I still being close to my family right now. I am struggling with nausea, feeling light headed and tired from last two days. I am getting Zofran this evening. I am hoping I can get some tips on what to eat, what not to eat and other do's and don'ts by the fellow group members. Looking forward to experience this beautiful time together with you all!
I Hope you feel better. I am still struggling with nausea but some days are better than others. Sorry about the late response work keeps me busy and then all I do is sleep as soon as I get home. My first appointment is not until 21st of next month. Which is little irritating because I would have liked to see the baby sooner. But I am sure the wait will be worth it. How about you? When is your ultrasound? Sending good thoughts your way. Love, ParulView Thread
Hi Karen, got zofran but its still hard to manage my nausea and seems like today stomach cramps are also getting worse. I have been very tired lately and not able to sleep through night completely either because of need to use restroom or just discomfort. Hopefully, after seeing the baby in ultrasound in few days will give me more motivation and strength to go through this. How have you been?View Thread
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