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I had that after both kids and I am expecting it this time. It helped me to drink mix juice drinks with a little ginger ale in them. I always figured it had something to due with hormones and after a few weeks I was fine. You could try eating a little more and see if that helps (if you think you may not be getting enough food).
DS #1 07/08
DS #2 9/10
chemical pregnancy 06/12
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"I am the Lord, the God of all mankind. Is anything too hard for Me?" ~Jeremiah 32:27~
Dh always gets me a big plate of food like when I was pregnant and I can't even eat half the plate. I don't remember having this issue my first child but I also didn't BF....maybe that could be the cause of some of my issues.
You may want to try graham crackers with peanut butter or get a bag of almonds and have a few handfuls as snacks. When I had Morning Sickness the doc advised eating protein and advoiding carbs. They used to say eat bread and crackers but found that made blood sugars fluctuate too much so that you felt ill. The peanut butter or other nuts are easy protein when you do not have time to really cook fish or poultry (or cannot stomach it). Greek Yogurt also has good protein.