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    I'm not currently suffering but I have just recently gone through a HG pregnancy so I sympathise.
    Mine eased up at around 20-22 weeks but would bite me if I was tired even to the end.
    Hope you get some relief soon.

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    Oh jbish if these eases up at 22 weeks I will be a very happy lady. Almost smacked a nurse at the hospital who told me that everyone has a bit of morning sickness. I vomit in my sleep.
    Just hoping this doesn't effect the bub in any way. They're now watching my kidneys as they can play up with HG apparently.

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    I am a post HG. Currently have a 7mth old. I had mild morning sickness from week 6-12 then HG kicked in from week 12 til bubs was a few days old. I was thankful my waters broke at 36wks. It is torture. Are you just on ondansetron? I was on ondansetron, maxalon, stemitol, restavit, and vit b6. There is also an antidepressant that is meant to be helpful called mirtazipine but my doc refused to let me go on it as I had been on it previously with depression and gained 40kg. There is also a facebook group called hyperemesis gravidarum australia support and those girls are fantastic. I was so close so many times to terminating because I felt so crap but trust me it is so worth it

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    I'm now 35 weeks pregnant & still have HG... Boo! The Zofran really helps to stop vomiting but unfortunately the nausea has hung around.

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    I took restavit as well but with a toddler to chase after I could only take it at night. Although I wasn't doing much toddler chasing anyway

    I also had a nurse tell me the same 'everyone has morning sickness' crap. I wanted to punch her.

    I don't think ppl get it unless they've has it

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    I'm 6.5 weeks into my second pregnancy with HG. I've started on zofran but that isn't doing much good at the moment. Sorry to hear other people have suffered or are suffering so badly. Hope it eases for everyone soon

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    Oh girls, I am certainly feeling you! Ondansetron does sweet f all really. I'm now at the point where I feel anxious drinking a mouthful of water, and I start to go into that spiral on panic. 3 specialist appointments this week for it though. Renal, OB and FMU.

    It seems like they have a lot for support for HG in the US. They encourage treatments to keep you home like a picc line and pump.

    Just taking it one day at a time, but then I start feeling so guilty that I sort of resent this pregnancy at times. I just want a few hours to enjoy a meal, vomit free. Selfish I know.

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