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Okey I'm new here I'm 8 weeks pregnant and cannot keep food down the only thing I want is bake pototoes is that a bad thing am I starving my child
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1941510 tn?1326990636
Noo girl I had the same problem,just eat small meals every so often,that's what I do and eat it slowly ad drink some juice It will help..good luck xx
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I'm still naseaus and 14 wks. Starting to get better though so hang in there! ;-)
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So its not bad okey but I hate the smell of every thing lord I just can't wait til this 1st trimester is over
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1941510 tn?1326990636
Me either! I am 7w2d and I just wanna hit my 2nd trimester,I haven't had many symtoms (symptoms) tho.i am very lucky except for an upset stomach cramps and sore boobs that's about it.
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1194973 tn?1385507504
It should get better anytime from 10-16 weeks, however some women are sick the entire pregnancy. If you are unable to keep down solids or liquids (especially water) it is extremely important you contact your doctor about it.
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