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    Quote Originally Posted by maybenumber3 View Post
    I can't really help, I just wonder what you would do if you were allergic to maxalon like I am, I get lockjaw when I take it

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohdear View Post
    zofran wonderful stuff when no food drinks or easy remedies work
    Thanks ohdear, I'll remember that when the time comes, normally I just suffer lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by maybenumber3 View Post
    I can't really help, I just wonder what you would do if you were allergic to maxalon like I am, I get lockjaw when I take it

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    im allergic to maxalon too so it was straight to zofran for me.

    i used to sip on vitamin water or warm water (not cold).
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    Thanks so much ladies!! I have tried maxalon but it does absolutely nothing.. so dissappointing.... BUT.... i will try the watermelon, sour lollies, keep on with what i feel like at the time i suppose.... my biggest problem is, i have absolutely zero appetite... so it makes it hard to ''feel like eating'' anything really... during my first pregnancy , strawberries and strawberry breaka were my savior... sadly this time it doesn't work.. lol. i might ask the dr about zofran too... see how i go...

    the day just DRAGS horribly. and during the night i can't sleep either, im still awake at 2.30am because i just feel so sickly. yuck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maybenumber3 View Post
    Thanks ohdear, I'll remember that when the time comes, normally I just suffer lol

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    if you get to the point of zofran suffering is not an option it is the difference that makes things a little more bearable I hated pregnancy

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    Ivey poles for breakfast, eating little and often. Dandelion (very mild version) help if I drunk that through the day. If I really felt like spewing due to smells I would put a drop of lemon oil in a tissue and sniff it. Napping for at least 30mins during the day. Maxalon from about 9 weeks when it was all day sickness. Eating something with protein just before bed. Light meals. I know it sound stupid but just being comfortable helped, good posture. At work I would take 10 mins time out if I felt sick and laid down ANYWHERE. Resting whenever I could.
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    This pregnancy it was iceblocks, all day evey day and sometimes sucking on citrus lollies helped. Last pregnancy I couldn't even keep those down...


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    ginger biscuits are good.
    anything with ginger usually helps, usually


 

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