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seriously! help. please!

I'm seriously going insane. This "morning sickness" has been kicking my butt for the past 2 weeks. It really start until i Was close too 2 months. Everything iEat iPuke up. Everything. So my stomach stays Empty. I've tired crackers and ginger ale, but the ginger ale doesn't seem strong enough. I've tried eating frequently so my tummy.isn't empty and eating smaller, but that doesn't work either. IThrow right up and when iTry too keep food down it doesn't work. I posted before, bit now it's serious because my body is tired. I cant go buy anything like fruit and gatorade because my money dont come til Wednesday. My body is tired and iKnow my baby not getting the proper nutrients because everything iFeed it iThrow up. Been  thinking about going too the hospital but my fiancĂ© doesn't think it's that serious. What do you guys think? Please help.
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you could go to the hospital. because if you're eating and throwing it all up. you can become dehydrated. but it's up to you whether or not you if you feel that bad to go to the hospital.
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I wanna be safe especially with my baby being there, but idk...I'm confused
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Hi I went threw the samething and had to receive a pick line and 24hours of fluids. Going to the hospital is a good thing BC they will be able to check you and make sure you're not dehydrated which is bad for the baby. You may want to talk to your doctor about which meds are best for you. I am in my fifth month and just now starting to feel better and able to eat. Every pregnancy is different but you may need extra help getting threw best of luck to you.
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I was hospitalized for a week because of my morning sickness and was severely dehydrated I was on IV fluids the whole time I was there I am 6 months now and it still hasn't eased up and I am currently doing 2 meds for nausea and vomiting

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