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what to eat when you cant keep food down

Im 7 weeks and I havent been able to have a full meal I eat parts and mostly liquids..help !!how can I get this under control.
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Saltine crackers helped me a lot.
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I know that this sounds like impossible but it's the only thingthat hhelped me . Eat and if you throw up eat directly after .  Always keep food in your stomach . After a while of doing that you'll notice that your able to keep food down (: i hope this helps some
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smoothies helped me! i made it with almond mil and frozen fruit...!
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My life saver was ginger cookies but they're tough to find. I finally found them at walgreens in the food Isle. They were the only thing that I could eat in the first trimester (Even when saltines made me nauseas) and I ate them recently when I got the flu. Helps calm stomach. Good luck!
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Throw up an then eat, or when your eating an u feel sick grab a lemon a suck on it till it goes away it sure helped me alot!
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I lived off of chicken noodle soup, saltine crackers and greek yogurt until I was about 18 weeks! Gatorade helped also
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Thankkk uuu..
Right now I am drinkin smoothies for the same reason itfills me upp when I cant eat then ill jus eat little portions of food to keep me goingg...
This ***** beacuse Im always hungry and nauseated.
Would these symptoms fade thru out the pregnancy
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