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If HG continued past mid-pregnancy, did you experience complications during delivery related to your poor health such as a strained ligaments/joints, pelvic floor damage, prolonged or weak pushing, fainting, low blood pressure, low pain tolerance, forceps/assisted delivery, broken bones, nerve damage, low amniotic fluid, fetal problems due to difficult delivery, etc.?


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Food Ideas:

  • Salty: Chips, pretzels, celery, cheese, salted vegetables
  • Tart/Sweet: Pickles, lemonade, green apples, pickled ginger
  • Earthy: Brown rice, mushrooms, quinoa, hummus, eggplant
  • Crunchy: Celery or carrot sticks, apples, ripple potato chips, crackers
  • Bland: Mashed potatoes, rice, unsalted chips/pretzels
  • Soft: Bread, noodles, potatoes
  • Sweet: Cereal, juice, melon, hard candy, milkshake
  • Fruity: Juice, fruity popsicles, smoothies
  • Wet: Juice, seltzer, melon, soup, popsicle
  • Dry: Crackers, crusty bread, pretzels, baked potato

Adapted from No More Morning Sickness* by Miriam Erick, MS, RD and her web site: www.morningsickness.net

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Updated on: Apr. 18, 2013

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