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Symptoms getting worse? Squeaky McGee 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Indiana 63810 posts
5th Jan '13

Ever since I hit the 10 week mark, my symptoms have been getting worse. Nausea morning, noon and night, increased fatigue, b**bs hurt more, extremely weak and dizzy. I feel like I can't even support my own body weight tonight. I'm glad that I've had the past few days off work, because I feel like I can't even function. Anyone else experience worsening symptoms?

Ashley; Kenley's Mommy! 1 child; Wisconsin 15117 posts
5th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Squeaky McGee:</b>" Ever since I hit the 10 week mark, my symptoms have been getting worse. Nausea morning, noon and night, ... [snip!] ... that I've had the past few days off work, because I feel like I can't even function. Anyone else experience worsening symptoms?"</blockquote>




Yes, and it didnt go away until after I had her! I hated it!

Squeaky McGee 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Indiana 63810 posts
5th Jan '13
Quoting Ashley; Kenley's Mommy!:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Squeaky McGee:</b>" Ever since I hit the 10 week mark, my symptoms ... [snip!] ... Anyone else experience worsening symptoms?"</blockquote> Yes, and it didnt go away until after I had her! I hated it!"


Ugh. I couldn't even stand up at the grocery store tonight. I had to put all my weight on the shopping cart. And my smell aversion has gotten worse. I can't get near my hubby without wanting to puke. I can't take my meds either.

House of Estrogen Washington, District of Columbia 625 posts
5th Jan '13

I think I read somewhere that symptoms peak around the 10-12 week mark because the placenta takes over hormone production. I may be totally wrong on this.

Squeaky McGee 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Indiana 63810 posts
5th Jan '13
Quoting Dr. Temperance Brennan:" I think I read somewhere that symptoms peak around the 10-12 week mark because the placenta takes over hormone production. I may be totally wrong on this."


That's true. The placenta takes over progesterone production at around 12 weeks. After then, I don't have to take my progesterone suppositories anymore. Hopefully that will alleviate some of my symptoms.

*mommy to 3* Due March 7; 2 kids; Virginia 1167 posts
5th Jan '13
Quoting Squeaky McGee:" Ugh. I couldn't even stand up at the grocery store tonight. I had to put all my weight on the shopping ... [snip!] ... cart. And my smell aversion has gotten worse. I can't get near my hubby without wanting to puke. I can't take my meds either."


I seriously have the had the same issue with my hubby this WHOLE pregnancy. Even when he's not wearing cologne or anything. Its some kind of smell that I have never noticed when I was not pregnant, but I cant stand for him to get in my face long enough to even kiss me.

Squeaky McGee 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Indiana 63810 posts
5th Jan '13
Quoting *mommy to 3*:" I seriously have the had the same issue with my hubby this WHOLE pregnancy. Even when he's not wearing ... [snip!] ... that I have never noticed when I was not pregnant, but I cant stand for him to get in my face long enough to even kiss me."


My hubby drinks and I cannot STAND the smell of beer on his breath. He gets mad at me about it, but I can't help it!

*mommy to 3* Due March 7; 2 kids; Virginia 1167 posts
5th Jan '13
Quoting Squeaky McGee:" My hubby drinks and I cannot STAND the smell of beer on his breath. He gets mad at me about it, but I can't help it!"


Oh yea, alcohol is definitely nauseating. My DH drinks too a couple days a week. He knows now just not to come near me or get close to me in bed. One day he was trying to say I was using that as an excuse b/c I didnt wana be around him so he wouldnt get out of my face, and I ended up throwing up b/c of it. So now he knows better.