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post #61 of 65
I didn't really have m/s with my first but this time around it is feeling worse. Its so funny about the beans though, I love beans and eat them quite often. (Organic, fat and salt free navy beans sauteed with mushrooms and onions is my favorite lunch or black beans and brown rice.) I seem to feel less queasy on days when I do eat beans. And about the adverse affects - well I already have that problem so a couple beans isn't going to hurt anything.
post #62 of 65
I picked up some seabands today and also some cocculine, a homeopathic for nausea. So far today my nausea hasn't been nearly as bad as yesterday (when it seemed to get really bad).

I'm also getting acupuncture once a week and it is helping as well.
post #63 of 65
I can usually eat cheese or almonds, and once I get some protein in my belly, it feels a bit better.

I find peppermints can help, too (like the red and white spiral candies, or red Tic-Tacs). I should get some peppermint essential oil and see if just sniffing that helps!
post #64 of 65
ginger. raw ginger, just much and little bit at a time.
post #65 of 65
Morning sickness (well it lasts all day & is worst during the afternoon for me) is coming on really strong within the past 2 days. I bought a couple bags of different hard candies to suck on when I feel the queasiness coming. It helps a little.
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