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TurtleMomma:Ginger root or peppermint can help calm one's stomach down. Also, go with any cravings you may get within reason. If your body is telling you, "Hey, this sounds good! Lets eat it!" then go with it because A Your body is telling you its time to eat, and B You will most likely be able to keep that food down.
Is it morning sickness or from something like a bug/viral?If morning sickness, sour works good.
If viral, try hot chicken broth.
This happened to me a LOT, and what worked for me was a constant eating schedule. I didn't go an hour without at least a few Saltines in my system. I think it also helped because I never had a large meal sitting in my stomach.
MidwestMeetsMA:This happened to me a LOT, and what worked for me was a constant eating schedule. I didn't go an hour without at least a few Saltines in my system. I think it also helped because I never had a large meal sitting in my stomach.Good luck!
This! I found that by the time I felt hungry, I also felt sick which ruined any appetite, and made it hard to eat. I had to basically graze constantly, so my stomach was never empty, but didn't have too much in it at once. It was really hard, because I'm a teacher, so I'm up in front of the kids all day. They got used to me almost constantly having a handful of pretzel chips or Saltines. I'd just joke that "the baby was hungry" (they figured out I was pregnant really early, because I was so sick).