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Asked by Love00

Q: Does morning sickness come and go?

Morning sickness started at 6 weeks. I will be 7 weeks on Thursday. It usually does happen in the morning when I wake up. I would like to know if it is normal to feel sick one day and then less sick the next day. Today it is not as bad as it was yesterday. It is a lot less. Is this normal...could it change from day to day? Thank you ladies for your help!

This question was asked Nov. 15, 2011 11:36am
Category: Newly Pregnant

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Answered by smemett - Nov. 17, 2011 1:26am
I'm glad you asked this question! I've been wondering the same thing, thanks!

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Answered by Love00 - Nov. 16, 2011 11:25am
Thank you so much for your help ladies!

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Answered by blondemama2acutie - Nov. 15, 2011 1:49pm
Absolutely morning sickness can come and go. It can start in the a.m, sneek up with you in the afternoon or last all day long. It is very normal to feel very sick one day and not so much the other. That was very common with me in the first trimester. One day I would just feel mildly nauseous and the next was a full out blown toilet hugging day lol. I found the smells of certain foods would make it worse. Dry salted crackers, plain chips and toast helped me a lot, also you could speak to your doctor about it at your first prenatal they will usually prescribe an anti-nausea med such as dilectin. GL!

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Answered by JLMarks - Nov. 15, 2011 12:00pm
This is how mine was. I was really bad one day better the next and terrible the day after. I can't remember which person told me but I used peppermint life savers. They got me through the day. Everything else didn't work for me at all or we didn't have it in our area (pregnancy pops). Mine went from 6 1/2 weeks to week 11. Oh also don't drink super cold water, that would do me in. Hope you are feeling better soon.

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