November 2023 Moms

13 weeks, still vomiting, food aversions

I was hoping that by now this would change but I’m still throwing up if I go more than 2 hours without eating something fairly heavy. Trying to snack chips and fruit just doesn’t cut it. And when I do throw up it’s mostly stomach acid + whatever light snack I tried to get by on. Anyone else having similar experience? I’m starting to think I have a stomach issue that needs to be checked out. Idk… first time mom and curious if this is a variation of “normal.”
Hating that eating has become a dreaded chore especially since my aversions to lots of foods are still strong… and I’m normally someone who is down to eat anything. 
Frustrated and sooo over it. 😤

Re: 13 weeks, still vomiting, food aversions

  • Same here!! I’m literally laying in bed after vomiting because I didn’t eat in the middle of the night like I have been doing lately 🤦🏻‍♀️
    I’m 13w3d and it’s not any better. I was always nauseous and gagging a lot the entire pregnancy but I feel like it ramped up (not down) at around 9 weeks when I was hoping things would start to get better.
    I’m gagging a lot and still puking from empty stomach or even just smells etc.
    I asked my dr on Monday this week and she said it’s normal to have gotten worse, and that it should be subsiding by week 16.

    I don’t know if it makes you feel any better, but you’re not alone!! And of course if you throw up a lot you can get something from your dr. I chose not to because I gag and dry heave more than throw up. But it’s super annoying about having to eat all the time especially with food and smell aversions!!
  • kiki047kiki047 member
    I'm thankful my nausea seems to have subsided right around the 2nd tri mark for me, but just here to say that there are things you can take. You don't have to feel terrible all the time. I'd ask your PCP or OB about it. I'm in Canada so the drug I was prescribed is called Diclectin, it's an antihistamine (doxylamine) and form of Vit B6 (pyridoxine) combined and it works wonders. I hope you can find some relief soon, first tri was miserable because of the constant nausea. And I am also someone who loves to eat. My appetite still isn't great and I still haven't put on any weight at 15+4 but at least I'm not dry heaving at the thought of food anymore. 

    TTC History:

    Me: 36  MH: 39, TTC since Dec 2017

    Aug '18: PCOS dx

    Nov '18: MH SA - 19mil

    Dec '18-Mar '19: Letrozole + TI - all BFN

    Apr '19: Letrozole + TI, - BFN.  Repeat SA (27mil) & DNA fragmentation test (17%)

    Aug '19: Letrozole + HCG trigger + IUI + prog supp - BFN (MH: 16mil)

    Sep '19: 2nd IUI, same protocol - BFN (MH: 16mil) 

    Dec '19: IVF #1 w/ICSI, PGT. 5 retrieved, 4 fertilized, 3 blasts, 3 PGT-A normal.

    Mar '20: FET #1, perfect 5AA blast transferred. BFN.

    Sept '20: FET #2, 5BB tsf. 9/18/20 BFP!! EDD: 5/27/21. MMC 11w                                                  

    Feb ‘21: FET #3, last 6BB blast transferred. BFP, EDD 11/2/21. MC 5w3d. 

    May '21: IVF #2 w/ICSI, PGT. 8R, 7M, 6F, 6 blasts - 3AB, 3AB, 3BB, 4BB, 5BB, 6BA. Fresh tsf 5/13/21 - BFN. 

    June '21: PGT-A results = 3 abnormal, 1 low level mosaic. Referred to new REI, had consult with 2nd RE in between. 


    Sept '21: RPL, immune testing normal

    Oct '21: IVF #3 w/IMSI, PGT. 33R, 26M, 23F, 9 blasts (7 day 6, 2 day 7). PGT-A = 5 normal, 1 mosaic

    Dec '21: Positive for endometritis, RX Flagyl & Keflex

    Jan '22: FET #5 - Kitchen sink immune/RIF protocol incl. PRP, intralipids, prednisone, medrol, nivestym, fragmin - CP

    Feb '22: FET #6 - Kitchen sink immune/RIF protocol w/higher doses of pred & fragmin - BFN

    Mar '22: Mock cycle for ERA - cancelled, repeat endometrial biopsy instead. Still positive for endometritis. RX ciprofloxacin & amoxicillin. 

    Apr '22: IVF #4 w/IMSI, PGT. 28R, 23M, 16F, 11 blasts. PGT-A = 6 normal. 

    June '22: FET #7 - Microdose lupron downreg w/kitchen sink immune/RIF protocol - double embryo transfer. BFN.

    July '22: FET #8 - Mini stim w/Puregon + trigger, kitchen sink immune/RIF protocol. BFN. 

    Sep '22: Taking a break

    Dec '22: Attempted abdominal myomectomy, fibroid too close to cervix and major blood vessels. Wasn't removed. 

    Feb '23: FET #9 - Modified natural w/baby asp, HCG trigger, PIO, PRP, Medrol, HCG wash, embryo glue - BFP!! EDD 11/11/23


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