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    Default Re: Morning (All Day) Sickness Tips

    I am so hearing you. I wake up feeling sick and that just goes through to the end of the day. It's so exhausting and I am totally over it. I am trying to eat every two hours but its hard for me as I am not a big food person. Half the time when not pregnant I forget to eat lunch. I am using blackmores ms tablets and motion sickness bands and I think its helping.

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  2. #12
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    Jul 2010
    Berri icypoles (juice flavours) are helping get rid of the nausea for me...

    While eating it, the nausea goes. This means I can figure out food without the 'blugh' feelings...

    If you eat pretty quick after the icy pole, you should feel better about food.

    Another tip is, don't think about what you are going to eat before you eat it. Hard I know, but it helped reduce the 'blugh' feeling for me.

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