By Mc2013 - / Sunday 12 October 2014 17:38 / United States
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  RBW_Slave  |  9

Just because OP is pregnant does not mean that she is an invalid requiring bed rest. Many women work until less than a month before the baby is due. Morning sickness is primarily a first term symptom, and I don't know of any woman that really wants to spend 6 months on bed rest.

  Khaleesi_26  |  30

To elaborate on what No.22 is saying, my aunt actually worked up until a few hours of giving birth to her three children. Some women can work all the way through their pregnancy. And others cannot like my mom, because she gets false contractions a few months before her due date. It all just depends on the person!

  littleteapot  |  21

"Morning sickness" is such a misleading phrase. I thought it was just something you experience for a bit after you wake up in the morning. No.... that shit was all day...

  Brandi_Faith  |  33

I think 18 was just saying that if she is that nauseous maybe she could get a family member to help her out and get the groceries for the times when she feels too sick to go out. Yes, most women work and go out and do everything while pregnant which is good, but don't be afraid to ask for help when you need it too Op. Although chances are Op didn't feel that sick when she left her house, and a lot of women like to try and push through it because they don't like feeling cooped up. I agree Op should go out when she can, but don't feel you have to do everything yourself either. Take it easy when you can. Try to get a good balance and I hope the sickness passes soon!

  Mc2013  |  18

You are so correct. My first was all day, EVERY day! This one is on and off, mostly all day but I do have an hour or two of no vomiting.

  Jessj958  |  19

While pregnant with my 2nd, I hate terrible ALL DAY sickness lol. It was awful. There were many times I almost didn't make it to the restroom. I would always bring a big cup with me in case I was in the car and my bf couldn't pull over in time. I really hope your morning sickness gets better OP!


When in a supermarket and there's vomit potential, the best things to get are the little plastic bags they provide for the fresh fruit and veg. The ones I get here are sealed enough to hold water.

  kaablam  |  17

I tossed in a trashcan in a grocery store during my pregnancy. During my morning sickness phase the grocery store was not a fun place for my nose.

  Brandi_Faith  |  33

I get car sickness and for me those puke bags off planes are a lifesaver! Our family used to collect them off the planes whenever they came to visit. I have some in the car and one in my purse just in case.

By  turdoblast  |  21

probably would've been a better idea to throw up on the floor. could've been mopped up whereas now you have a purse you need to throw away filled with vomit-covered things.

obvious advice aside though, i feel very bad for you op, not looking forward to morning sickness at all in the future. just keep thinking about the little bundle of joy that is causing the sickness tho, that ought to make it a bit easier to get through!