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    Default What helped your MS?

    Hi Ladies.. I'm having some morning sickness.. mostly bad nausea and light headedness, I've worked out if I eat too much I feel terrible and if I don't eat enough and frequently I feel terrible but I'm finding it hard to find foods that I feel I can stomach... What have you found to help your morning sickness??

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    Go to the doctor and get some medication. I couldn't have lived without it

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    Time maxalon helped sometimes but not always. But it's definitely worth going to your GP/OB for. Also try ginger biscuits!
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    Green grapes which I usually dislike. Ginger tea.

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    Salt and vinegar crisps

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    I found those lemonade iceypoles helped a bit! Also gingernut biscuits.

    I have morning sickness so bad with DD. My Dr gave me medication but it made me so anxious, I'd rather have been sick all day long.

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    Icey cold ginger ale. Can't stand the stuff now grazing on nuts, seeds and crackers was good for me, I hated eating big meals or anything with too much flavour.

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    Passion fruit soft drink. I On my way! Sounds yuck wen you are already sick, but it actually helped.

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    Potato chips did help actually.

    Maxalon didn't help but Ondansetron is great!

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    Chocolate paddle pops
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