Topic: For Those That Vomitted and MoMs
OK, so I come from a family of nausea-migraine morning sickness, not vomit morning sickness. I was kinda thinking I'd be just like the rest of them. However, that does not seem to be the case here. (My sister blames the fact that there are two of them. Likely a leading culprit.)
Here's my question: each and every morning I vomit. I've learned not to eat -- it does not help in the least and then I was losing those mg of protein. So I drink some water. It's much more pleasant . . . Going too far, aren't I? Since 8 weeks or so this has been a once daily occurrence with a few exceptions. One evening after not eating enough that afternoon I threw up as soon as I had eaten half my dinner - so that made twice that day. Then this morning, for no reason that I can discern, I threw up twice. I know this is certainly not as bad as many people have it, so don't think I have some horrible bout of hypermesis -- I know I don't. It's really, in some ways, quite manageable. But also, quite miserable. Right. I said there was a question. So I had two days in a row during week 10 that I made it without vomiting (and no, can't see a reason or something I did that made that possible) and then I had two days at the end of 11 weeks that also were non-vomit days.
SO - if you were a regular vomit-er, was there like a pattern where the vomit slowly disappeared and one day you woke up never to vomit again? And when did it finally end for you?
And if you still vomit three years after having your kid(s). Feel free to keep those comments to yourself. (I don't want the truth. I want lovely lies.) I'm fairly certain when you Google "when does morning sickness end with twins" the top and only answer is: when they turn 35 and have twins of their own. Otherwise, never.
Thanks in advance!