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    Quote Originally Posted by tashaplus2 View Post
    In relation to foods, not drugs, some things that in my student midwife experience that we tell ppl to avoid is: onion, peas, strawberry, cabbage, apple juice, too much citrus, caffeine. Obviously u can and will prob eat lots of these but sometimes excess can cause bubs a sore tum. Especially the apple juice
    Wow. didnt know that. I didnt stop eating anything... well maybe only had the 1 or 2 cups of coffee a day.

    unless the OP has dramatically changed her diet in the last few days it is unlikely to be the food. Its more likely that bub is going through a growth spurt or a wonder week.

    good luck and hope it improves for you.

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    Yup so many things that "can" for some cases upset babies tums. but as u say - unless OP has changed something or gone wild and drunk 2 litres of apple juice then it's prob just bub not her eating


 

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