Re: Nausea getting worse? :(
I am 30 weeks now, but threw up 5-6 times a day from about 6 weeks until 24 when I tested positive for gestational diabetes. Once meeting with the nutritionist and gd nurse and getting my eating habits on par with gd, I haven't thrown up or been nauseas since. I am not saying that's what's wrong, I think its pretty normal to be sick that early, but I wish I had tested earlier. Also, zofran worked well for me for a while. The other thing is to make sure you always eat protein when eating carbs and not to let yourself get too hungry. It sounds weird, but the hungrier you get, the worse it gets, then you get into a nasty cycle.
Vicky SAHM to Sullivan & Sophie