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13-03-2016 07:17 #11
13-03-2016 14:36 #12
I was horribly sick for 16 weeks with DS and 24 weeks with DD. I hope yours eases soon, it's so hard x
13-03-2016 22:30 #13Junior Member
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One thing people don't tell you about when vomiting everyday is damage to your teeth. I speak from experience. Check out the tooth mousse on that morning sickness site. My dentist put me onto the same stuff in my second pregnancy. My teeth were permanently damaged from my first pregnancy but perfectly fine in my second (and I vomited more).
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