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24/01/2013 at 14:44
I am currently 15 weeks pregnant and I am just not feeling well at all. I had terrible morning sickness 24/7 and unbelievable tiredness from weeks 7 - 13 and now although I dont have that anymore I am suffering from terrible headaches and a sicky feeling from about 2pm right through into the night when I go to sleep.
Can you plesse let me know if either you are suffering something similar or if you think perhaps I need to speak to my midwife incase it isnt normal. I have spoken with mine but she just says - thats very normal... I dont see anyone around me nor do I recall anyone feeling this ill when pregnant so I am slightly concerned.
Mumma to be
27/01/2013 at 20:51
i have simular symptoms but im only 13 weeks. the morning sickness has eased but still returns at times, the sick feeling lasts for days but isnt there all the time and the headaches are really bad i could suffer with these three or four times a week. my midwife says its normal as its judt the extra hormones but if you are worried or suffering that badly then talk to your midwife. hope things ease for you x
27/01/2013 at 20:53
I am also 15 weeks (well in a couple of days) and I am still feeling sicky from around 4pm until I go to bed. It is not awful like when my morning sickness was in full flow but I definitely still feel nauseous. I was hoping it would be gone by now but alas that is not the case. I also suffered really bad headaches from 13+3 to 14 weeks, although they have disappeared now. I think many women feel pretty rough after the 12 week mark. I am certainly not at the blooming stage yet!
27/01/2013 at 20:55
Also, I am still suffering from tiredness. Not to the extreme like I was getting up to 12 weeks, but definitely tired enough that I need a nap during the day. And what is even more annoying is that I am so tired yet struggling to get to sleep at night and then waking up during the night too. I am not peeing as much at night though which is good.
27/01/2013 at 21:02
Headaches and nausea are perfectly normal throughout pregnancy as extra blood is being pumped into your head. Try eating smaller portions more often to help combat the sensation (Ice is also a high recommendation)
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