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    mommato2boys posted:
    I am about 8 weeks pregnant and for the past week or so I have been having a very hard time eating anything or keeping water down, this past couple of days have gotten worse, I am not able to keep much if any water down or eat. my husband thinks I should call the doctors and be seen, I have heard from a couple of people that there is much that can be done.
    I have tried almost everything the doctor has suggested for morning sickness but it doesn't seem to be helping. Any thought on what I should do?
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    Soccer responded:
    I was like this in my first tri. The doc said it is normal. When my second tri came around I was worse. He put me on nausea med. I love the med but it makes me so tired and when I get up I am starved. So I try not to take it. Instead I do plan ole coke with ice, and it works. I also try to eat what my body craves.


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