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I have completed 10 weeks. Unable to eat or drink anything and anything means anything. Water intake has become veryyy low. No juices no substitute is getting inside. Everything stinksss a lott. What to dooo ? Bhookh lgti hai but i have no option to eat. Forcefully i take a chapati but that also i puke. On an average two to three vomits a day are fixed. Whole day i feel like abhi vomit hogi... Just can't copeup with it. I am facing this situation since week 6. Any help plz ??



Hey it's common... Keep taking juices and and nimbu pani... Take coconut water.. take small meals even if you puke... Will be fine after a few weeks ..

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Thanks but i am not even to take nimbu pani it stinks and tastes hell plus coconut water is also very bad tasting these days.. till 5th week i had taken it anyhow but now i am not able to take that also. Tried all kinds of drinks but i puke everytime, no kind of fresh juices too. I feel hungry and then i suddenly feel like puking. This is such a confusing state. Everyone around me says it's common with a line connected saying... Well humare sath itna nhi hua tha .. wow i feel like an exceptional case. I wish it to get better in the coming weeks.

Kindly suggest any snacks as i am not able to bear any namkeens n all due to the smell of spices and oil... I am taking amla candy... Anything else u could suggest?

Oranges or any citrus fruits.. the smell will be little better .. I too had vomiting till 4 months .. but I used eat frequently even though every thing used to be out after a short while .. happens .. don't worry.. will be fine soon..

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