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    Default Restavit dosage for MS?

    Hi, I've been reading that restavit and b6 can help a lot with morning sickness, so I've sent my partner out to get some. But as it's a sleeping pill, I was just wondering what dosage I should take? I don't want to take too much but I do want it to work because the all day nausea is awful! Any advice appreciated! Thanks!

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    I take 25mg (which is just a tablet of the one I take (Dozile - same drug) before I go to bed at night.

    It doesn't leave my drowsy at all during the day, and even without b6, I have found it effective at combating morning sickness the follownig day. I have had maxalon and zofran as well, and found it better than maxalon in the end.

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    wow i didn't know that restavit could be used like that. that is great to know its a wonderful little drug isn't it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenata View Post
    wow i didn't know that restavit could be used like that. that is great to know its a wonderful little drug isn't it
    It's amazing. I had never heard of it before my doctor recommended it for ms. I have found it better than maxalon, but it's not promoted for ms in Australia despite being recognised as safe.

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    Wow I didn't know restivit could be used for MS either.. So is it safe to say it can be used while breastfeeding also?? I suffer terrible insomnia & used to take this before I fell pregnant, but I stopped when I found out. Bub is now 12 months old.

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    I don't know about breastfeeding, sorry. There is a phone line in nsw which gives advice about safe drugs in pregnancy. It's associated with one of the hospitals. They might be able to advise. Or the aba?

    My partner had trouble sleeping and he takes that sleepy tea, which he thinks helps.

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    Ok thanks will give them a call


 

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