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Posted by: TJ | 2010/04/08

PREG - MORNING SICKNESS

h i, i am 6 weeks preg if going according to my last period, i started feeling very nauseaus last night and on and off today with certain foods but now my body esp my lower back is sore and i feel cold and very nauseaus. can this all be a sign of morning sickness or with the sore body is it more likely a bug coming along?

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It could be either. Wait and see what happens.
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Posted by: TJ | 2010/04/09

thanks! i love ginger so the biscuits will be nice and also lemon juice..if this is a viral infection or a bit of a bug because of the sore body mostly groin area, lower back bum and legs, can it in any way affect the baby??

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Posted by: Racoon | 2010/04/09

Sniff and sip water with lemon juice - was life saver for me.

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Posted by: Purple | 2010/04/09

Morning sickness usually starts at around 6 weeks and stops between 12 and 14 weeks.

The feeling cold and having a sore back is more likely a cold or flu starting up though, or even a bladder infection if you have pain around your kidneys. I once had really bad flu and had pain in my lower back with it though. Check that you don''t have a temperature. You can take panado for this.

To help with the pregnancy nausea, try ginger. Grate ginger root and pour boiling water over to make a tea. Eating ginger biscuits nad having ginger beer/ale also helps.
Keep your tummy full all the time by nibbling on dry toast, snackbrea, pro-vitas and so on. Banana''s also help.
Sip water to keep yourself hydrated.
Avoid walking past smoking rooms and so on as the smell can set things off.

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Posted by: gynaedoc | 2010/04/09

It could be either. Wait and see what happens.
Best wishes

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