Yes.... People develop new allergies to things all the time.. maybe try some soy alternatives though they are not the same.. it could pass too...
In my first pregnancy, I puked everytime I had dairy... This pregnancy I vomit if i have too much dairy in one sitting.. for example if im having cereal then I cant drink a glass of milk as well.. I once had ceral and yogurt at the same time and ended up puking in a grocery store..
I would talk to your doctor more about it...
I used to be lactose intolerant when I was a kid so thats why I think it tends to be triggered by pregnancy... Currently pretty much everytime I have dairy right now, I feel nauseated.... I dont always puke unless i over did it.. but i keep having it because i know the calcium is important for my baby and i like it hah
I will try the soy but like you said it isn't the same lol I am just really hoping it will pass because I love milk I always have. My kids and I can drink a gallon a day sometimes more. Thank you for your help
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