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    Default Food aversions, what do you find easy to eat?

    I had MS with DD but I don't remember being put off by food as much. I only even have to think about food and I want to vomit.
    I know it will pass but im hungry and have trouble finding foods to eat.
    What are you eating that's not making you gag.

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    Sour foods - fresh plums that are kind of sour are Good.

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    Anything plain! Water crackers, savoys, rice thins, dry toast etc.

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    Zuchini slice was about the only thing I could stomach for weeks

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    Actually I didn't have too much trouble with aversions but even now entering my third tri just thinking about bacon is making me feel ick so I feel your pain D:

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    KFC mashed potato

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    Mash potato/steamed potato and plain toast is what I lived on.

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    Salt and vinegar chips, baked potato with butter, buttered toast, vegemite toast, rice with soy sauce

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    Cheese and tomato toasties, oranges, cruskits with butter

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    I really want salt and vinegar chips now lol

    On a side note, anything savoury. I spent the first few months just having toast with butter for breakfast, became addicted to lasagne too. Bland food works as well. I guess more I knew what to avoid (anything strong ir rich in flavour or smell - curry, garlic, ginger, fish, egg & red meat were the worst)

    36 weeks and still vomiting daily

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