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    I second the cottage cheese suggestion and yogurt if you tolerate dairy. creamy foods in general like custard.

    Someone else suggested salt & vinegar chips - I also used potato chips to settle my stomach. Just a small serving would do it, then I'd be ok to eat something more nutritious. I eventually made my own - just thin potatoes in coconut or olive oil with salt. Then follow with a small meal of meat & veggies or whatever.
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    I went out and bought some yogurt (and ginger slices, and orange sorbet, and mouthwash) this morning. Eating the yogurt now and OMG WHY IS MY YOGURT SO BITTER? T_T

    Anyway. I'll tough it out. Thanks all. Feeling shaky and vulnerable after being up all night puking. :P

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    I had all-day sickness for the first 5.5 months and it was miserable. White rice mixed with yogurt helped a lot. Actually, that was one of the few things I could keep down.

    The rice/yogurt mixture is actually is a common, everyday meal for the majority in Southern India. I grew up eating it quite regularly. Google curd rice.

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    I would suggest using WHATEVER works for you, whether it be crackers or rice or something else non primal. It doesn't do yours or the behbehs body any good if you are sick all day.

    Plus, it can take a minimum of 2 crackers to settle your tummies. I'd toss it in to the 20 side of the 80/20.

    My other suggestions:

    Sprite Zero or ginger ale mixed with a bit of natural juice (apple or orange is good)
    Try to find some ginger CAPSULES.

    If the nausea is super bad and nothing else is working, go to your OB/GYN and ask for low dose Phenergan or Zofran. I had to take low doses of these once in a while when I was losing weight during my pregnancy from not being able to hold food down.

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    Gluten's out. Hashimoto's. I'm not keen on making it worse during my pregnancy.

    I may look into rice crackers, though. Something to suck on. Ugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onalark View Post
    OMG WHY IS MY YOGURT SO BITTER? T_T
    The only time I've had bitter yogurt was when I took a bite without looking first... then noticed it was covered in mold. Not the probiotic kind either :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    The only time I've had bitter yogurt was when I took a bite without looking first... then noticed it was covered in mold. Not the probiotic kind either :P
    Borkies~ We're trying to keep the preggos from NOT throwing up! (gagging)
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeilaMiah View Post
    Borkies~ We're trying to keep the preggos from NOT throwing up! (gagging)
    Yeah no kidding, that made me gag a little LOL

    Bitter/sour yogurt - well I did sometimes add berries and/or a little maple syrup to mine if it bugged me. I also avoid wheat, so that's why I used the potato chips... something about the starchy fatty salty mix that soothed everything.

    Geez, good luck ladies! I'm so glad to be out of that stage - now I just waddle and swell up whenever it I stand for 5+ minutes - but at least I can EAT. you'll be out of the woods soon enough!
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    LOL. Hey sometimes you feel a million times better after you puke.

    so glad I'm done with all day sickness, and extra glad it only lasted 2 weeks! I hope you find something that works for you.
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    So while Grace was throwing up tonight it suddenly occurred to me.

    IPECACUANHA!

    It's a homeopathic remedy for nausea/vomiting. Worth a try. You should be able to find it at your local health food store. Some groceries with super awesome health sections might even carry it. Ours is Hylands brand.
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