I had a tummy bug the other week and quite a serious one at that as did the rest of my family, asked the Doctor and he said it shouldn't affect LO, as long as you're keeping hydrated you should be fine. Hope you feel better soon!
I had a 4 day bug and it was miserable. The baby is getting all it needs the only one suffering is you. So I wouldn't stress. Just make sure to stay hydrated. maybe add a little bit of sports drink to your water to boost your electrolytes. Hang in there. I know it sucks!!! Regardless of how often you go to the loo keep drinking. You need a sip every 10 minutes. Hope it ends soon!
I hope it calms down by bedtime!! I am completely shattered!!
Havent ate a bite since last nite Im feelin peckish now but im so afraid to eat anything!!! I really dont fancy another nite in The Loo!!
Ive had a sm bottle of Lucozade,might get Hubby to get somethin on his way bk frm hospital to boost my Electrolytes!! I havent a clue what he cud get but hes a sportman so he shud kno better than me!!
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