A Morning Sickness Moaner

Sickness & exhaustion can be worse with twin pregnancies I naively read after I found out I was having twins. I wasn’t too worried; I was already suffering a little bit at this point (7 weeks) but only to the level that I had with Little Man which was totally manageable. I thought this was as bad as it was going to get. Oh boy, was I wrong.

So I am writing this at 15 weeks now and the morning sickness has just got worse and worse. I can honestly say it has taken over my life. Every decision I make is based on when I can eat, if I will feel sick, etc. I have become a morning sickness moaner.

A Morning Sickness Moaner

If anyone asks me how I am, I answer with ‘sick’. If G asks me if I want something for dinner I look at him like he has gone crazy; why would I be able to actually eat?! Silly man. And poor Little Man has heard the sentance ‘Mummy can’t play at the moment because I feel sick’ too many times!

I know for people around me it must get a bit boring but for me it literally has taken over my whole life. Never underestimate how poorly a pregnant lady is feeling when she tells you she has morning sickness. If you are reading this feeling how I am you have probably been told a hundred times to eat a ginger biscuit and although people around you do mean well, I get it. It’s frustrating. I don’t have any advice unfortunately other than to get through it however you can and take a tiny bit of comfort in the fact that there will be an end to it. For me, eating all the time helps, oh and chocolate limes at my desk at work!

Does anyone else feel like this?

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  • Kim Carberry
    27/04/2016 at 13:37

    Aww! Bless you! I hope the sickness passes soon…
    I had terrible all day sickness when I was pregnant with my youngest and it does take over your life.
    Sending hugs x
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  • Pickinguptoys
    30/04/2016 at 15:36

    Oh no, I had hyperemesis and the sickness never gave me a break all the way through. Awful feeling nauseous all the time isn’t it. I really hope it calms down soon for you xx


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I’m Rachel, a 30 something Mum to 6 year old Little Man & 2 year old twin girls (one with us & one in the sky).

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