Monday, January 24, 2011

Sea Band
I have been recommended to get one of these. A Sea Band. To help with the nausea.
Most women when pregnant say they feel king of sea sick and feel like they are rocking on a boat.
I just feel horribly, terribly hungover.
But I'm willing to give it a go. I'm willing to give anything a go. I just seem to feel crap all the time.
I also have a script from my doctor for Maxalon. But I really don't want to take anything like that unless it gets really really bad.

I am so so excited and also very nervous for our scan tomorrow. It's at 1.35pm. Please think of me and send all the positive vibes you can.


  1. if the sea band doesn't work you could try travacalm. There are two versions of it but one is natural and ginger based.

    I hope the nausea stops soon and will be thinking of you tomorrow x

  2. I've used them for seasickness and they work. Hope you feel better soon x

  3. Good luck for tomorrow!! Is this the 12 week scan?
    I will be thinking of you at 10.35am perth time and sending you all the positive baby vibes in the world!!!

  4. DD it's a dating scan. I'm a bit over 8 weeks now.
    I wanted to have the early scan to help put my mind at ease.
    And I'm so impatient. I want to see my baby!!!

  5. Good luck tomorrow!! Have fun seeing your baby :)

  6. Just got back from being away & catching up. Do wear these bands! I get motion sickness (always have) and a friend introduced me to these years ago. They are fantastic and I always wear them on flights, long train/bus trips etc. I keep them in my handbag at all times.

    You have to get them in exactly the right position as they work on the pressure point, but they're brilliant and much better than taking pills.


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