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The nausea continues every morning like clock work... I feel like I have morning sickness, and I never had it in the beginning anyways! So, I'm wondering... what could be the problem? I've been getting it every day for like 3 days straight. I'm due on Friday so I would think it's a little late to be deveoping morning sickness right? and it wouldn't be something I ate because I've been having it for days. Any ideas?
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First Helper Mabel
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replied June 23rd, 2008
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Nothing is the problem, this is a normal part of being pregnant. Some women don't get morning sickness in the begining, they get it at the end. I got it at the end.

It could very well be something you are eating that isn't agreeing with you. I couldn't eat anything greasy (pizza, meats, etc) without having terrible nausea for hours upon hours.
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