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im feeling really sickly all the time now and i was wondering what snacks i can eat without alot of calories? eating is the only thing that helps me feel better but i put on 4 and a half stone in las… Read More
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
im feeling really sickly all the time now and i was wondering what snacks i can eat without alot of calories?
eating is the only thing that helps me feel better but i put on 4 and a half stone in last pregnancy and dont want to start piling it on this time

i try eating fruit make it makes me feel more sick :(
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Some toast hun? I was the same in pregnancy and sometime dry toast can help
#2
Or even ginger biscuits?
#3
the fruit hunni will increase the acid in your stomach....

how about sipping low fat milk and some dry crackers like ryvita? x x
#4
Arrowroot bicuits are meant to be great for Morning sickness......did nothing for me mind lol, but then nothing did :lol:
#5
How about plain biscuits? They were ideal when I felt really sickly.
#6
i know this dosent sound nice but i used to boil vegetables and nibble on them ie maybe a plate of brussel sprouts thing like that but then your taste buds are different when your pregnant!
#7
rice cakes
cucumber
suspended#8
carrot stick, pepper strips , celery and crackers x
#9
I found the only thing that stopped me feeling sickly was Fresh Orange Juice and Ice Lollies. Used to get the sugar free ones so that fact that I would eat up to 10 a day meant I didn't load on the calories!!

Oh and a ginger biscuit in the morning worked really well too.
#10
will try the dry toast and rivitta thanks girls
im hardly ever sick but feel sick all day,its getting me down a bit especially with the other children to look after and having so much to do
hope it passes soon
#11
I pigged out on nutri grain bars with both pregnancies but not sure if they are fattening
#12
my third pregnancy, I could keep nothing down except for cola and jaffa oranges... god knows how shes so healthy lol
#13
Try Baobab fruit. It's magic! - [url]www.thetreeoflifeco.com[/url]
#14
wulshaz
i know this dosent sound nice but i used to boil vegetables and nibble on them ie maybe a plate of brussel sprouts thing like that but then your taste buds are different when your pregnant!


thanks for that :) but the thought of eating a cold brussel sprout is enough to make me honk :oops:
#15
I've had 4 pregnancies and was in hospital on a drip due to not being able to eat or drink ANYTHING at all...........I know only too well how it feels to feel soooo sick.....I'd NEVER go through it again! :roll:
#16
go for a small donner kebab instead of a large
#17
I ate a ton of raw cauliflower and broccoli once the massive sickness passed but up until I was was 14 weeks all I could keep down was small cupfuls of soup
#18
black gerbil1
rice cakes
cucumber


never tried rice cakes are they nice?
cucumber seems to turn my stomach too
i really dont want to eat half the time but force myself to as i know i will be sick if i done its horrible
#19
rehydrated
Try Baobab fruit. It's magic! - [url]www.thetreeoflifeco.com[/url]


never heard of that is it meant to help with pregnancy sickness?
#20
makershaker
go for a small donner kebab instead of a large


i could eat a doner kebab now not had one 4 ages
#21
edjaned
thanks for that :) but the thought of eating a cold brussel sprout is enough to make me honk :oops:
sorry i meant hot but then again :oops:
#22
edjaned
never tried rice cakes are they nice?
cucumber seems to turn my stomach too
i really dont want to eat half the time but force myself to as i know i will be sick if i done its horrible


Rice cakes are like polystyrene and cucumber is really acidy, stay away from that cos it won't help. What about oranges?

Never had sickness but I can imagine its horrible, I hope it passes for you hun x
#23
i know how u feel i had that really bad morning sickness the one where you end up in hospital on a drip and Ice Lollies (like kaz) or ice chips was one of the only things that helped me
apples where good to and they help with iron if you need it
#24
fireheaven
Rice cakes are like polystyrene and cucumber is really acidy, stay away from that cos it won't help. What about oranges?

Never had sickness but I can imagine its horrible, I hope it passes for you hun x


to be honest i have been alot worse in the other pregnancys so i should count myself lucky really

yeah oranges make me feel sicker too,all fruit does x
#25
edjaned
to be honest i have been alot worse in the other pregnancys so i should count myself lucky really

yeah oranges make me feel sicker too,all fruit does x


Ahh I dunno, I am a rubbish eater at the best of times but maybe the first post of toast but make sure its wholemeal
#26
edjaned
i could eat a doner kebab now not had one 4 ages


Ive quit them for life, last one i had was disgusting, never again. Chicken kebabs are far better
#27
hannah19790
I've had 4 pregnancies and was in hospital on a drip due to not being able to eat or drink ANYTHING at all...........I know only too well how it feels to feel soooo sick.....I'd NEVER go through it again! :roll:


Me too Hannah with both my pregnacys, never again!!!
#28
munnski
Me too Hannah with both my pregnacys, never again!!!


Aww yh, horrid aint it?!! My hubby would try and cook something plain like boile rice but I couldn;t keep water down.....never felt so ruff in all my life!
#29
hannah19790
Aww yh, horrid aint it?!! My hubby would try and cook something plain like boile rice but I couldn;t keep water down.....never felt so ruff in all my life!


Aww I loved being pregnant, all of it apart from giving up alcohol but seriously it is such a special time
#30
i hated being pregnant :-(
for the first trimester even the smell of the gas oven made me hieve BUT crackerbreads worked a treat for me aswell as mcdonalds and prawn sandwiches lol
hope you dont feel too sick for long :)
#31
I was so sick I couldn't keep anything down for more than a minute.Then I thought I was safer just to sip at water but with every sip I vomited.As it was my first pregnancy I thought it was normal until one day I was lying on the couch and I thought I was going to die.Got to the hospital and they told me that I was so dehydrated that in another 24 hours I would be dead.I was in hospital for ages and had to take anti sickness tablets which knocked me out.They were like really strong sleeping pills.

With my third pregnancy, like you, I was hardly ever sick but felt like it all the time.I ate whatever I wanted the whole way through and didn't even put on 1 pound.I just kept really active and drank tons of water which I think helped stop me fromm pigging out too much.If you keep your mealtimes really healthy then they should be naturally lower in calories so you can have more indulgent snacks.
#32
Typical me, but haven't read through the pages and pages :oops: so don't know if it's been mentioned, I ate things like prawns and sweetcorn, not sure why, but had silly cravings and never for weight gaining food, didn't put on weight other than baby and even after 3 :roll:
#33
tinkerbell28
Hahaha I laughed as I was the same with my second, the only pregnancy/birth with no issues, figure that one out!


Have to agree on that one, my third, not planned in the slightest, carried on working until the day before I gave birth :? ate as normal, but also still had a glass of wine every night after work :oops: yet he was huge (8lbs 11oz) and 3 weeks early :w00t: and was the strongest and healthiest of my babes :roll: Was as good as gold with my other 2 but both were premature and both had early problems :?
#34
Dry toast (plain)
Bananas
#35
Have you tried sips of lucozade - the original stuff? Really worked well for me.

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