What foods to eat when you have bad morning sickness
Hi ladies, well i'm in my 12th week of pregnancy now and have been horribly sick since week 5. I am honestly running out of things to eat. I have found that I can stomach toast and plain potatoes, but I am getting so sick of these that I am struggling to eat anything (which makes the sickness worse).
I'm at a bit of a loss now, I'm so fed up with the sickness and I feel like I have waited patiently for it to go and it's just not budging. Does anyone have any tips of different foods that worked for them, however bizarre they might seem?
apples and pears are something which i am finding easy to eat and also i am actually feeling like i need them, avoid strong tasting foods that will repeat on u when u burp like onions or spieces even sprouts(lots of these around christmas) also i find that fresh air makes my sickness worse so try to take note of how it effects u, it may do the opposite and make u feel better. Also its the smells that get to me the most so try to avoid strong smells. Eating dry crakers are meant to be good i bought some yesterday. Also i have found that when i have been constipated my sickness gets worse because i have alot of trapped wind and i burp more which casues me to gag so i have made sure i have more fibre in my diet. I also got some chreeios cerel and is worked a treat and plus alot nicer than wheatabix or all bran etc....
things that dont smell and arnt too flavoursome, with each pregnancy ive found ice cream good, lol, not sure its too good on an empty stomach. crackers. i had boiled rice on its own once and threw it up :S
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