The good news is that the baby looked great at yesterday's ultrasound, with a beautiful heartbeat, and measured bang on the nose at 7w1d. I've got an appointment set up with my new OB practice for March 6th, and under ordinary circumstances, I'd be done with the RE.
Only problem is, someone's got to take care of me until I start seeing the OB, and that may be a more involved job than we'd thought, which brings me to the bad news.
I have stopped worrying about what food I can keep down, and started worrying about what liquids I can keep down. Yesterday, I managed a can of diet sprite (which I lost most of), a mug of chicken broth, and a glass of mountain dew. Today, it's been a few sips of sprite. This is a fast road to dehydration, and to IV fluids, if it keeps up.
Drs. Boss and Yacht conferred yesterday and sent me home with scrips for Zofran and Phenergan, which I am dutifully taking. I'm also trying a combo of Unisom and B6, which supposedly help reduce the nausea -- Zofran and Phenergan help the vomiting, but the sea-sickness of the nausea is just as crippling. So far, the Phenergan seems to help more than the Zofran, but neither of them is what I'd call great.
I think I'm in for a rough few weeks.