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I’m 18 weeks pregnant w twins and I’ve been struggling with extreme morning sickness


I’m prescribed Diclegis but it’s kinda pricey and I have to take it religiously in order to keep the nausea away. I’m just hoping that it goes away soon.. Does anybody know when this should go away??

  • Lynda
    Mar 20, 2019

    I had nausea off and on throughout my first pregnancy. It may come and go for you too. I’m sorry :(

  • Kieli
    Mar 21, 2019

    I’ve read online that pregnancy with twins makes morning sickness worse. My second pregnancy has been way worse than my first with morning sickness. Some days I wouldn’t even be able to hold water down. A lot of online sources say that most women get over morning sickness after the first trimester but not every pregnancy is the same, it may go away in a few weeks and it may not go away until after you deliver. I’m so sorry your going through this!!

  • K
    Mar 21, 2019

    I have 17 mth old twin girls ❤️❤️ and the beginning of my pregnancy with them kicked my ass!!! I barely got sick with my son, 1st born. But, I was extremely nauseous and had killer migraines during their first trimester. It cleared up about a week or two into the second trimester. I’m a big fan of Preggy Pops. Make sure you are resting as much as possible and eat as much as you can stand. There are some great herbal ginger teas that may help. I really hope it passes for you!!!

  • Chelsea
    Mar 22, 2019

    My twins gave me bad morning sickness. A piece of dark chocolate before I even got out of bed and fresh ginger root to chew helped me out