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Comment from: Melkamu, 35-44 Female (Caregiver) Published: June 17

My wife is pregnant with our second child. She started vomiting and she could not eat because of feeling nauseated. My first baby boy is 10 years old. When she was pregnant with our son, she vomited nearly every day up until the baby was delivered. Currently, she is pregnant and the vomiting is continued like her previous time.

Comment from: 0-2 Female (Caregiver) Published: February 17

My wife is pregnant with our second child. She started vomiting and she could not eat because of feeling nauseated. My first baby boy is 4 years old. When she was pregnant with our son, she vomited nearly every day up until the baby was delivered.

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