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    I am 9 weeks and have been feeling nauseated and unable to eat anything except some fruit, sakatas and vegemite sandwiches since the beginning of week 5. I am really worried that I am not getting enough good food to bub. I just cannot stomach anything. I am on folate, vit d and iron as supplements because I cannot take normal pre natals due to iodine (I have hyperthyroidism). I spoke to my doctor and they said I should be fine, but I cannot see my morning/all day sickness improving

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    You're best to concentrate on eating what you can stomach. No point forcing yourself to eat a bunch of nutritious stuff, if it's just going to come back up. Once the morning sickness ends, then you can focus on eating healthier

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Smurfy View Post
    You're best to concentrate on eating what you can stomach. No point forcing yourself to eat a bunch of nutritious stuff, if it's just going to come back up. Once the morning sickness ends, then you can focus on eating healthier
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    Just eat what you can for now. Don't worry too much, babies are pretty good at taking what they need from your body. Hopefully the sickness improves soon.
    I think I had a week of only eating McCain frozen pizza in my first trimester and I tried to eat pesto pasta one night and the smell made me so ill I still can't eat pesto and my DD is 14.5 months old so don't push it too much! Just eat what your body wants for now.

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