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    K ladies who has nausea ? What do you take fr it any advice would be greatly taken I've never had it before with sat 2 but this is like a hangover nearly all day then intensifies at night today is bad so I thought I'd try the travel calm bracelets in hopes it works.
    So will be waiting for all the tips pros and cons ,!

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    Anyone?

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    Barley sugars are working (sometimes!) for me.. Had go to the drs and get maxalon cos it was 24/7 Seems to be helping a bit.

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    I've heard a few dry crackers first thing in the morning (before you even get out of bed) can help

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    There are lots of things to try, the thing is you will need to try them and see if they work for you. I've also now found that what works for one pregancy may not for another!

    I tried maxolon this time, but it gave me a headache and didn't help the nausea enough to make up for it. I didn't try the stronger medication as I could still drag myself through my day.

    Things to try include:

    Ginger/ginger ale/Blackmores ginger morning sickness tablets
    B Vitamins
    Small meals often
    Bland food
    More protein
    Travel sickness bands
    Some antihistamines
    Prescribed medicine
    Lollies/barley sugar (though I find these make it worse for me)
    More sleep! (eg. 11-12 hours at least)

    With DD, I found than salty starchy foods worked best (eg. hot chips) for some short term relief. I also tried ginger lollies that were given to me and the thought of them just makes me nauseous.

    This time I used the arm bands, which did seem to help especially when driving on windy roads (this would make things worse with DD). I also had a protein bar for morning tea most days which seemed to help as well. I was taking the blackmores tablets but after a while they started repeating on me (I'd burp up the smell/taste of them) which would make me feel worse, I don't think they made any difference anyhow.

    So just try things, give it a few days to a week, if it doesn't work for you then try the next thing!

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    I should add that nothing made me feel 'good', just some things would take the edge off.

    Chewing gum was one I missed off the list.

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    I have maxalon and I may try that as soon as I get out of bed I am sick and can hardly do anything so I eat feel good for 20 mins then I go down hill the Reston day wearing bands now too soon to tell a difference.
    Was hoping to find some form of nausea lollies but nope so think ginger morning tablets and just hoping it goes away soon works thanks ladies for your advice.

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    I lived on maxalon tabs. I also nibbled on ruffles (it HAD to be ruffles lol) salt n vinigar chips. I'd only have one here and there but for some reason they made me feel a bit better!

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    I think you can get something called "Preggie Pops" online? Supposed to be good for nausea. Havent tried them myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waitinghoping View Post
    I think you can get something called "Preggie Pops" online? Supposed to be good for nausea. Havent tried them myself.
    Yes that's what I've been looking for


 

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