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Dizzyblonde2 said on 20 November 2012

I feel for each and every one of you who have posted on here! I started this about 3.30am on Sunday morning. Had felt a little sick before going to bed Saturday night, but thought I was just tired and would be ok in the morning. Woke around 3am feeling really sick after a couple of minutes I thought I should get up cos I really needed the loo! Well that was it, the floodgates opened so to speak! Couple of minutes later I was violently sick into the bath (was all I could do, it's next to the toilet and I couldn't move). Screamed for my husband as I thought I was going to faint, my vision went and I felt so hot. Continued like this till around 10.30 am when I felt 'safe' to leave the bathroom and go back to bed. That's where I've been since and just feel so weak and useless. I've tried to eat and drink, toast and water but I constantly feel sick and the little I have managed to eat and drink has just made me sick again. My husband is a paramedic and is great, and has said to make sure I try to get some fluids inside me, my body will tell me when it's ready to eat again. I only hope that is soon, as I really feel like death warmed up right now! It's a very frightening experience when it's happening at its worse, but my advice is to not call an ambulance. I understand why people do, especially if you're on your own. There is nothing the crew can do for you, and chances are you'll pass it on to them. Hopefully I'll start to feel like a human being again very soon.