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    Oh I'm so happy!!! I asked the pharmacist if there was a different brand and he said it contained lactose aswell. I'll def be asking for these!
    Thanks so much

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    Hi Almai, I'm So SO glad I asked what was in zofran that was an animal product...seems we've hit on an option for you. Amazing the benefits the forum can bring.

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    Yes, i am very thankful to bh and all you lovely ladies i Just picked some up, looks like I'll be able to go to work tomorrow yay
    I'm tempted to take one today but I can rest at home so know I should save them.
    Thanks again!!

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    Probably a good idea to take one today rather than try a new tablet when your at work. Xx

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    True.. I didn't think of that. Thanks

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    I don't know about any of you but my stomach has totally shrunk. If I'm gettin an odd time when I feel I could eat I'm trying and only managing a tiny portion- I had x3 bits of chicken breast about 2cm in size and small piece of broccoli chopped up last night. I was uncomfortably full.

    I am so fed up now, fed up of not being able to leave the house- even if I didn't feel sick, I feel so unbelievably drained. I don't know how I can do another 12 weeks of this (

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    I am the same, I used to be a big eater, no I have zero appetite and when I do eat its very tiny amounts.

    I j us t carry sick bags everywhere... it's gross and annoying but sometimes I just have to go out.

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    14 weeks tomorrow. It's actually getting a lot worse rather than better, I have a sore stomach from all the vomiting.

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    Peanut monkey I feel for you- at first I thought u had said 14 weeks and starting to feel better. Is this your first pregnancy? Other wise how long does it usually last for you.

    My doctor said on tues- at least you've only got 4 weeks to go to 12 weeks. I just smiled weakly and nodded- knowing from pervious that lasted to 18 and 22 weeks xx

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    This is my 3rd, my first lasted right up til and during labour - at 42 weeks. Second stopped around 34-35 weeks and DS2 was born at 38 weeks due to placental abruption.

    Me and pregnancy don't mix well lol

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