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    Peaches, watermelon, white toast with Vegemite, white grapes, hot chips (must have chicken salt).
    Other than those, or could be anything. Very unpredictable and annoying!

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    I'm 9.5 weeks and have lived on apples, oranges & grapes, toasted cheese sandwiches, roast veggies for dinner (potatoes, zucchini, pumpkin & carrot. And when I'm really not feeling great I make a plain chicken stock soup.

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    How is everyone keeping their iron levels up? I don't feel like eating meat at all

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    I don't eat meat, only fish. I am taking Elevit, it has the highest iron in a multi v. There's also spa tone, a liquid supplement. I'm having a couple a week as I felt my iron was low.

    I eat whatever I feel like, but am constantly nauseated. Nearly 12 weeks, so ready to not be nauseated any more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zephyr3 View Post
    How is everyone keeping their iron levels up? I don't feel like eating meat at all
    I'm vegan, so no meat here. Pulses and veggies, plus have been taking elevit and an extra iron supplement and my levels have been ok throughout pregnancy.

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    Thank you ☺️💖

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    All I could eat for 6 weeks were KFC twisters, salt and vinegar chips and oranges! Lol do what works to get you through I say


 

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