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Okay, I'm 8 almost 9 weeks pregnant. For a few weeks now I've been have morning sickness that last all day long. Before I became pregnant I would eat everything and anything, I wasn't a picky eater. Now that I am pregnant, I can't eat anything. I'm disgusted by every single food. I'll try to eat something, and I feel like throwing up shortly after. What should I do?

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replied September 10th, 2010
First Trimester of Pregnancy Answer A16059
Welcome to ehealthforum.
The morning sickness is almost integral part of pregnancy. If it is interfering with your nutrition and day to day life then you should consider reporting to your gynecologist/healthcare provider and get evaluation done. There are medication to suppress nausea and vomiting. Discuss about getting them started for you.
Once you start on the medications, you will feel better and will be able to eat a normal diet.
Take care.
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