I eat it and get like horrible stomach cramps, sometimes followed by vomiting. The only thing I can think of is that my diet at school tends to consist almost entirely of pizza and Chinese food. I have never had problems with caffeine before and still don't with caffeinated soft-drinks. Sorry, this post was deleted by the person who originally posted it. Caffeine can be a wondrous thing, but it can also be a detrimental part to your health if you consume too much of it. Every few weeks (or every week ugh) some food I love starts making me sick. It has continued into the third trimester. I didn’t really have morning sickness the first trimester. I love coffee and there are few things I find more comforting. I tried decaf etc but I just didn’t want or desire it and if I tried to drink it I felt sick. I have drank coffee my entire pregnancy and never had any problems. Why can coffee make you feel nauseous? Around 18 weeks it became difficult to drink in a sense that I just wasn’t enjoying it anymore. So what you are experiencing reminds me of that a little. It doesn't appear in any feeds, and anyone with a direct link to it will see a message like this one. You manage over time. Of these, 65 percent reported experiencing an aversion to coffee, resulting in nausea, appetite loss and vomiting. Around 24 weeks I tried again and it was fine. Of all the women, 96 percent decreased or quit drinking coffee during their first trimester. Now, all of a sudden in the last week or so it makes me feel sick, like I have to lie down. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Could it be something else? I had to cut out caffeine due to blood pressure issues. It's fun! Now I'm on the instant coffe with hazelnut creamer, while earlier I could only handle the one I make in the french press with vanilla creamer. Press J to jump to the feed. Just your body saying it’s not something it finds helpful/useful right now so avoid it until things feel better! A place for pregnant redditors, those who have been pregnant, those who wish to be in the future, and anyone who supports them. Recently, I have noticed that drinking coffee makes me somewhat nauseous. But I’m the second trimester, I sort of starting have a combo of that with food aversions. Hormones will do crazy things! A study published in the 2004 issue of “Reproductive Toxicology” observed the coffee-drinking habits of 105 women in early pregnancy. I've cycled through being able to handle coffee, to not, to only be able to with I change the creamer in it ect. It's all down to science, baby. Could be totally normal. I have maybe 1 cup a day but the odd time it still turns me off. I’m not too worried, I just find it weird and I love coffee. Is this normal? Same thing happened with eggs.
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