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  • Yeah, I had morning sickness for my whole pregnancy. Plus I had an issue with drinking water,,, well not just water but most liquids made me feel sick. I could eat anything I wanted to though and no cravings. The doctor had to prescribe Zofran wafers (very expensive but helped). I had to eat constantly, oranges, apples, grapes, strawberries, pears, celery, crackers & cheese etc. I took a whole grocery bag of food into work each day! If I left it too long between snacks I would feel nauseous and have to run to the bathroom.

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  • i am really grateful that i never had to really deal with this

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  • Thanks again for sharing; have passed onto those in need!

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  • Thanks for sharing this informative and interesting article. Lots of helpful information and tips. Morning sickness/all day sickness is so unpleasant.

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  • I really struggled with morning sickness nothing seemed to help so naturally everyone told me I was going to have a girl and yes I did LOL

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  • Quite a few suggestions to try but I did most of them, to no avail. The only thing I found was that if I craved something…. have it, because it usually gave me a little relief, at least for about an hour anyway.

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  • lucky for me i never got it with any of my 4

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  • listen to your body too – sometimes that can help avoid being sick. like when you first feel nauseous do something about it.

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  • it was never morning sickness for me, it was allllll day

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  • I would feel so nauseous but never vomited.

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  • Great tips to keep in mind! Ginger tea always worked for me!

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  • the peppermint sometimes worked – a good list

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  • I know some mums who get very ill with morning sickness and some who don’t suffer at all

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  • I tried all of the suggestions mentioned, nothing helped. I tried staying in bed and nibbling on dry biscuits for days, never stayed down for long. I was miserable for 4 months.

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  • I ate so much crushed ice when I was pregnant it was ridiculous! A midwife told me that eating and craving a lot of crushed ice was a sign of iron deficiency.

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