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    Default Morning sickness lollies?

    I'm asking for a friend who is desperate (true story! No way in hell in utd again 😳) - I remember reading on here ages ago about some expensive morning sickness lollies that I recall were from overseas and some people swore by them. Does anyone know about these magical lollies so I can hook my friend up?! TIA 😀

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    Fruit tingles are pretty good. They have been great for all 10 of my pregnancies.
    They are not prescription drug quality but for everyday morning sickness they are good.

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    They are called preggie pops. I liked the sour apple lollies (not lollipops) the best.

    The cheapest price was from iherb as the australian sites were sooooo much more expensive.

    Just google preggie pops and you will find stockists.

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    Also they were used in conjuntion with zofran. So get her to see a dr as meds may help too.

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    Awesome thanks I'll pass this on!

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    This ginger candy on this site is awesome. More effective than preggi pops I think.

    The website is definitely worth a look.
    http://www.morningsicknesssurvivalkits.com.au/

    Good luck. And what an awesome friend you are!

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    Ginger bear lollies! They're like gummi bears


 

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