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Question Hi, my name is Nazarena

This is my first pregnancy, i am almost 2 months in! my due date is 4/24/13 and i am very excited. lately i've been having loss of appetite till the point where i can't eat anything at all because if i do, i throw it up right away. I currently have homecare, i have IV plugged in to me 24/7 and another medication plugged into my belly to help the nausea a bit. It helps somewhat but unfortunately i still get really nauseous. I don't really have anyone to talk to this about because nobody i know is going through it. I really hope that i can get some answers.. thanks.


 
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