I am 9 weeks today. i vomit instantly if i take milk or any drink with milk...its not digesting in my stomach... so i have stopped milk from last week.. but will it affect my baby? do i need to take any calcium supplements to cover it? anyone had similar problems??
I vomit twice a day even if i dont drink milk.
Well I refuse to drink milk. I just started eating cereal but with little milk. When i was pregnant with my daughter my dr told me to eat ice cream everyday. That was so much fun!!!!! It also took me a while to break that habit. I guess u can try yogurt if u can or OJ with calcium may help. Ask ur dr about the supplement, maybe they will suggest something fun like ice cream everyday.
I LOVE ice cream ALWAYS unless I am in my 6-14th week of pregnancy. I am usually turned off to milk too but not yet in this pregnancy. In teh past I drank the lactose free milk and was able to tolerate it. Maybe try that?
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