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    Default Help 35 weeks and constantly sick

    Has any body been sick enough with HG in late pregnancy that doctors have been willing to induce you earlier? I'm 35 weeks and suffer from server HG I was taking zofran until round 26 weeks then just Maxalon twice a day but since about 2 weeks ago I have been getting sicker again, zofran isn't even helping I spend most of my days and night vomiting and feeling exhausted from it as well as eating an drink very very little, I have a 2 year old and it's becoming extremely difficult to take care of her during the days as I'm always running off to the bathroom or have very little to NO energy to play with her and I feel awful! I just don't think I could keep going on like this for another 5 weeks I understand 37 weeks is the earliest and induction can be preformed I just wondered if when I get there its something doctors would consider doing?

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    If it was causing dehydration or severe weight loss then I've know OB's to induce early from around 38 weeks but usually not for just vomiting..

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    I feel lightheaded regularly from not eating enough, but I haven't lost weight yet as I have only started getting sick again in the beginning I lost 13 kilos in 9 weeks and was hospitalized 3 times for nausea and dehydration I just don't want it to get that far again and I know its where I'm heading!

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    You poor thing, it sounds horrible
    A lady in my DIG was induced around 38weeks for the same reasons as you so talk to your doctor and see if it's possible.

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    I really hope there willing to help me public system can be all over the shop these day, If I had no other children it wouldn't be as much of a concern but my poor daughter must be so miserable with her mum out of action all the time


 

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