Oh, that stinks! I have nausea with my pregnancies too and it's like stomach flu all day long, for weeks. boo. Things that help me are to switch my pre natal vitamin to taking it at night time, keeping something in my stomach at all times like crackers, eating a bit more protein like peanut butter, eating crystalized ginger, ginger ale, I've heard B 12 helps (the vitamin). You can try sea bands (bought at any drug store) too. Hope it passes quickly for you hon. Hang in there
When I was pregnant with me first, I was deathly sick. Couldn't keep anything down. This time I feel amazing. It's weird. My doctor told me to only take prenatals that don't have iron in them this time around. I don't know if it's that, but I haven't been sick at all.
I know this post is a bit late i had lots of trouble with this. I tried maxalon,zofran (which was great!) But fruit tingles (the lolly) helped too. Just sucking on them made me feel better! Hope its going well i know it sucks!
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