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    I found I wasn't really that hungry during. First time, had an apple on the midwives recommendation that I try to eat before going to hospital. Then some orange jelly. I don't recommend orange jelly to anyone as it was really gross vomiting that back up again. Have not had jelly ever since.

    Second time round, you think I would have learned. Had apple pie and cream for dinner before heading to hospital, because I knew the pie would be all gone by the time I came home from hospital!! Again, not so tasty on the way back up...

    I didn't have any pain relief, the vomiting each time was because of the pain.

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    Crackers. Lolly frogs and gatoraide.

    I threw it all up.

    Then had some apple pie. Lol

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    I wouldn't recommend a salmon sandwich.

    First two I wanted nothing, third I was hungry the whole labour but hated eating after about 18 hours in to it so had a maxalon injection to get rid of the nausea, kept up my fluids and was fine.


 

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