I'm the same hun...not acutally been sick, but just feel constantly sick! I find nibbling on something helps....had to get a McDonalds burger while shopping earlier as was close to vomitting! Mine is def helped my food....Im gonna be huge at this rate!!!
hope you start to feel better sweetie.
Ive just found out im pregnant with my 2nd bundle of joy i had awful morning sickness with my first my top tips are...
1. keep mints and a bottle of water in handbag at all times
2. as said above.. protein
3. travel sickness bands.. i wish i had discovered them sooner!! you can buy them from most chemists and they worked a treat for me (when positioned correctly on the wrists!!)
I had MS for around 8 weeks, and I can safely say that virtually nothing changed the pattern. The only thing I could suggest is eating small amounts regularly. I foudn that when I was hungry, I was feeling worse. It took me 2 days to realise this, and then I stocked up on crackers etc.
In all honesty, if there was an ultimate way to cheat MS, we would all be doing it But if it makes you feel better, my midwife was always thrilled to hear when I was sick. She said "at least you know the baby's doing well"
Oh, and one last thing. Keep a designated "sick bag" with you at all times. I was on a plane so I stole a couple of their sick bags and keep them with me, even now. I don't understand the ladies that know they might throw up in public and don't bother to carry around a bag to throw up into. What, they just throw up on the street?
My auntie suggested ginger. Apparently it helps with nausea. I haven't tried it yet. She said to a ginger herbal tea but actually add a little fresh ginger to it too. Going to try it tomorrow. Will let you know if it helps.
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