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    Default Re: So much nausea, help please.

    An old friend of mine got prescribed maxalon for her morning sickness. Its is safe to use in pregnancy.

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    Yes, it is safe for pregnancy. Personally, it didn't work for me (i had HG) i ended up being prescribed Zofran - very expensive but i got my life back

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    Default Re: So much nausea, help please.

    Zofran is very good, wasn't aware it was safe for pregnancy. That's really good to know. Thanks!

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    Zofran hasn't been triled in pregnancy it's category D plus it gives horrendous constipation I didn't go for 10 days

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    Default So much nausea, help please.

    Zofran is a category B. animals trials have shown no increase in incidence of fetal abnormalities.
    I took it and it was a life saver.

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    Default So much nausea, help please.

    If you don't believe me just google it. The info is readily available.

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    Thats strange as according the medication journal at the the chemist it's Cat D as my Dr Said spare too and wouldn't give me a repeat script. I do know many people have taken it and had perfect bus though I was just put off when the GP I saw was talking about another drug back in the 60s (?) That was hailed a MS cure but caused major birth defects that Witch included missing limbs...... very very scary

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    Default So much nausea, help please.

    I have had all day ms for 4 weeks. I vomit a few times a day and am constantly sick. It's absolutely awful!! I wasn't sick with DD so its been really hard to deal with a 3 year old too.

    I'm hoping it eases off soon but who knows.

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    I constantly feel sick it is just awful .. I only hope after 12 weeks to feel somewhat normal again !! I also have a terrible cold just to add to it!!

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    Default So much nausea, help please.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maybelline View Post
    I constantly feel sick it is just awful .. I only hope after 12 weeks to feel somewhat normal again !! I also have a terrible cold just to add to it!!
    How many mg of b6 are you having? Natures own zinc b6 and magnesium is good.


 

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