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Water is hard on an upset stomach. Drink ginger ale, Sprite, Sierra Mist something like that. When eating stick to bland foods and eat small meals frequently. Basically treat yourself like you have the stomach flu. If this doesn't help your Dr can prescribe anti nausea medication.
I had 9 weeks of it. I ate lil portions often. Followed my cravings. I drank warm milk as cold drinks were hard on my tummy. I ate ice pops now n then.
Ginger etc had me hurling, water made me worse, fizzy drinks were sexy on my tastebuds but brutal on my tummy. Some watery fruits helped briefly.
I found lining my tummy gently gradually helped. I was more sick the hungrier iI was. The nausea does turn you off food, my happy hormones dropped, I had to literally force food down and change my thinking so as to get my energy back.
Yer i found the hungrier i was the more i was sick diet coke is all i could keep down .. Suckin on icecubes is good too my doctor gave me anti sickness tablets but didnt really work gotta just keep eatin try settin an alarm really early befor u wud usually get up have some toast or something go bak to bed for couple of hours thats what i found helped me so i wasnt ill at work all day. It eventually goes but does feel never ending untill yoir around 15 weeks
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