10 August 2014

Pregnancy Update - Week 15

This week I have started feeling a little better. I think my Hyperemesis Gravidarum at be starting to subside now. Well, fingers crossed anyway. 

I still can't drink plain old water as I get nauseous at the thought so am still living off copious amounts of soda water and Coke, I think the fizziness helps. Although, I have found something else this week too which means I any finally drink coffee again. 

These yummy NescafĂ© cappuccino sachets are unsweetened (perfect for me as I don't take sugar in my coffee) and are also decaf so don't give me that dizziness whilst drinking them. They are extra yummy too. 


I picked then up in Asda for only £1.50 and they are truly scrumptious. It's amazing to be able to have coffee again. 

Eating is getting a little better although I do seen to be able to eat better if someone else is cooking it. Greasy food is still a no no too but in getting there slowly. 

As for my bump, I feel totally massive. I look massive. To look at me, you wouldn't believe that I'm just past the first trimester. 


I do love it though, waking up and feeling bigger, feeling my baby growing. Yes, I may struggle some days with sickness and feel like it's the worst thing in the world, but I wouldn't give it up. My little bump is a part of me, a part of our family. 

11 comments:

  1. Great to hear your pregnancy is coming on well, let's hope as the weeks go by your nausea goes completely.

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  2. I do feel for you i remember how bad it was! I lived on rice for about 3 months as that's all i could manage! x

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  3. I like that they do decaf too.

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  4. can't say i had sickness with either of mine (very luck girl) but i do feel for you, it's bad enough being sick and not being pregnant, lol. anyway your looking good, and i do wish they has these drinks about when i was pregnant.... enjoy xx

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  5. glad to hear your starting to feel much better
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  6. Glad the sickness is getting better, fab bump you've got to :)

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  7. good to hear your feeling better. you look great!

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  8. Glad you're feeling better, you look fantastic x

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  9. All seems to be going well, good luck!

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  10. Your sharing your experience may help others. As many find the changes in pregnancy take time to adapt to. Whilst as the pregnancy advances, nausea may ease or resolve. Making it easier to get on with daily life, enjoying food again and finding it easier to ensure adequate hydration.

    Best Wishes.

    Rachel Craig

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  11. Cappuccino, delicious.

    Rachel Craig

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