posted on Jul, 28 2014 @ 09:46 PM
Totally random thought while reading a book this evening where a young woman became pregnant and had morning sickness... It made me think about my
pregnancies and how I don't recall having morning sickness (or nausea in general) during them.
However, I stupidly decided to go for a run yesterday, in the desert where I live (it was only 85 degrees and there was a breeze when I started the
run), and later on developed a headache and some light nausea before I took some Excedrine Migraine and it cleared.
I hadn't felt nauseous for quite a while, so when I was reading this book about the pregnant gal, it made me start thinking about it, and I wondered
ifmaybe those of us who have been migraine sufferers since we were children get a "pass" on morning sickness, because we are so used to associating
the sensation of nausea with headache pain, that if head pain is not present, we do not interpret nausea the same and it is less overwhelming.
Just a thought. I have, on occasion, had severe cramps that caused me to feel nauseous, had food poisoning a couple of times, and also felt nauseous
after surgery, once. But for the most part, nausea in my world almost always comes with migraine.
Any pregnant migraine sufferers want to comment on their morning sickness, or lack thereof?