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    Default Coke anyone??

    I can not believe it! This is what gets rid of my morning sickness for about 10mins and gives me the energy I need.... It takes me 3 days to get through 600ml so not like I am scoffing the stuff, it just lifts me and helps.
    Has anyone else found this? Or can they gave me a better alternative? I am not really a fan of soft drink

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    Any soft drink helped my morning sicknes with my daughter. I just sipped. A can of coke would last me all of work (7.5 hours) and if i was having a really bad day i sucked on lollies. Anything sugary worked.

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    Yep me too, and I never drink softdrink.A friend had severe morning sickness and a midwife suggested it to her!!

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    i would keep it up if its making you feel better! i can not and will not give up my morning coffee and afternoon cup of tea!!

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    Any soft drink worked for me - in particular lemonade and coke. I'd just have a small can a day. My first choice was always lemonade, but coke maybe once or twice a week cos I was getting caffeine withdrawal migraines!!

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    I find the same thing I don't use it very often, just if I have to get things done at work and I'm feeling really off. I also find lemonade and Fanta work too, but Coke seems to do the job a bit better. For bloat I try to stick to the sugar free lemonade (watching my sugar intake a bit, and its just the bubbles that help out there ).

    I only have Coke in small amounts and only very rarely, and also only if my caffeine intake limits have room for it (which helps me keep it to an occasional treat, rather then a regular thing ).

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    I haven't had coke in months but Lemonade is really helping me at the moment.

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    U could try soda water if it's just the bubbles that help? I wouldn't worry too much about the sugar & caffeine it doesn't sound like you're drinking a load of coke!

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