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    Bloody gastro sucks. Hope you feel better soon

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    Take care of yourself Chillies. Hope it passes quickly.

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    Thanks LP & LT-I've never had gastro before but as long as the baby is okay I'll just keep up fluids and eat crackers until I feel better

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    If you haven't spewed for the rest of the day then I would say you are in the upswing. Hydrate, rest and go easy on food for a few days. If you buba ends up in daycare you will know gastro very well

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilypily View Post
    If you haven't spewed for the rest of the day then I would say you are in the upswing. Hydrate, rest and go easy on food for a few days. If you buba ends up in daycare you will know gastro very well
    Greaaaat!!! :/ Well that's reassuring because I haven't since just before lunch thankfully.

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    Oh and probiotics to get the gut flora back in balance

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    Try and stay clear of anything dairy until it passes and then add it back in slowly. NSW Health advises 48 hours after last being ill (either end!) to be able to resume work/play. Our kids' childcare only has it as 24 hours which is ridiculous as I know our kids sometimes will go 1.5 days and have another chuck. Can you have the day off tomorrow?

    Just remember...no dairy.

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    I agree with lilypily - probiotics!!! I'm not sure what else you're able to have during pregnancy though - best that your other half checks with the pharmacist.

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    Thanks girls, that advice is really helpful-hubby is staying home to watch me and get me things I need
    I feel so much better this morning fx it continues. Yes, the midwife said no dairy so I'm sticking with that piece of advice as well for sure!


 

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