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What do I do?!

I have gone for 4 days now without being able to keep anything down! Food, my iron supplement, even my  prenatals! I vomit it all back up! I've been sipping the ensure plus shakes throughout the day trying to get something in me. I'm shaky and week and starting to get spells of dizziness. Any sort of touch, a hug or back rub, makes me through up! The only thing I can do is lay still and do nothing to not through up. I feel starving and when that gets bad enough I will through up. I have been trying to eat, my husband brought me a juice drink he juiced from carrots and yogurt this morning, I got two drinks of the juice drink and a bite of yogurt, it didn't last more then 2 and 1/2 minutes before it came back up again. When I haven't eaten yet I will dry heave and through up a yellow burning liquid. I'm 2 months pregnant and worried I'm not getting what the baby needs in me, I don't know what to do...
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Its normal. It ***** but don't worry too much about it. I had the same problem it will go away eventually and if your anything like me you'll start to eat all the time in your second trimester and start to gain weight. Your baby gets what it needs regardless. Try crackers before you get out of bed and taking your prenatals at night. Try drinking as much water as possible. I cant really help besides that cause i didn't try anything else. Hope you feel better soon. Good luck and congrats.
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Thank you
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