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    Jhawkchick posted:
    I can't really call it morning sickness since it seems to hit me the worst around 11:30 and continue through the afternoon, but I read somewhere that sunflower seeds (in the shell) are a good way to help settle an upset stomach. I don't know if its the salt or the fact that peeling the seed from the shell is a good distraction--probably both, but they have been a lifesaver! Also, for the most part, you can keep both hands free while eating them.
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    Landica41910 responded:
    nibbling on Saltine Crackers works pretty well too.


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