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Lauren
Keymaster

Hi John

I know it sounds utterly bizzare, but I don’t think you are either eating or drinking ENOUGH! It should be tiny but often – at least 5 ‘eating events’ a day. Also, dehydration is one of the main causes of nausea (we women who have had morning sickness know this!) so maybe sipping water throughout the day will help.

Have a word with your dietician though John, as only she/he will know what you should/shouldn’t be doing at this stage.

Hope you soon feel better,

Doodah x

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