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    Hi guys I'm on my second bub I'm only 7 weeks and I'm finding it really had dealing with my morning sickness sometimes it's easy to deal with other times it's a nightmare!!! Just wondering if any one has any tips or tricks as I'm feeling dehydrated and I don't wanna end up in hospital again

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    I have been eating zopper doppers, they seem to stay down and keep me a bit more hydrated.

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    Fruit tingles seemed to help a bit and I could keep fluids down at any rate after a roll of fruit tingles (well maybe that was my excuse to eat fruit tingles - I used to buy the bulk packs!)
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    Frosty fruits or similar ice blocks.

    I'm finding if I don't want to eat, I can normally drink. Made an orange, apple, ginger, lemon and honey juice the other day. I find I want juice more than water which is unusual for me.

    I'm going to the dr to inquire about maxalon next week.

    Also taking blackmores.

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    Green cordial and plain vegemite toast was my saviour when I couldn't eat/drink anything else!

    Hope it passes soon for you

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    Ginger beer. Also I would keep a banana on my bedside table to eat before I fully got up in the mornings.

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    cups of shaved ice. plain or with a bit of cordial poured on top.

    (sunbeam avalanche ice shaver is about $30)

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    Agree definitely with fruit tingles, I read it on her somewhere and was amazed at how well they work
    Also gingerbeer, frosty fruits and Vegemite toast

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    I loved those frozen fruit juice tubes... I can't think what they're called! I think they were Quelch.

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    I find that sugar makes it worse...? I'm just starting to get dehydrated and frustrated oh I hope it passes to with my first it was worse but it's only early weeks yet so who knows what time come I still don't understand why they made pregnancy so hard lol


 

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