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    I have never heard of a toy library until now... I'll look into that.
    I think having a few Zofran days sounds like a good idea.. I'll just take one when I feel terrible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarSkull View Post
    I have never heard of a toy library until now... I'll look into that.
    I think having a few Zofran days sounds like a good idea.. I'll just take one when I feel terrible.
    Zofran days were the highlight of my week. Rather than buy myself something, I'd treat myself to a Zofran, lol. If you haven't, try the dozile. It's not well known in Australia, but it's category A so deemed safe to take. It really took the edge of the nausea, and it's cheap and over the counter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsMummy View Post
    Zofran days were the highlight of my week. Rather than buy myself something, I'd treat myself to a Zofran, lol. If you haven't, try the dozile. It's not well known in Australia, but it's category A so deemed safe to take. It really took the edge of the nausea, and it's cheap and over the counter.
    Will do : ) Thank you x

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    Not that I dont recommend using it or anything but zofran is actually a class b drug, not class a

    Ive used it in all 3 pregnancies though, it was that or be hospitalised non stop from dehydration.

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    I'm glad to know that I'm not the only that has been feeling this way too. I have had 2 weeks off work and 3 days on hospital and was finally diagnosed with HG. I was originally given maxalon which I think made me feel worse. I felt so bad because I couldn't even stand being I'm the kitchen my poor DS survived on tinned spaghetti and cheese sandwiches for dinner. All I wanted to do was curl up and die. I still can't really handle cooking so its still very basic food. To make it worse the evil MIL has come to stay this week and I really don't need her reminding me what a bad mum I am at the moment. Anyway before I left hospital they gave me a script for zofran. I'm trying not to take too much but haven't succeeded. I got it from chemist warehouse and it cost me $79 but I can claim some of it back through private health insurance

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    Just to clarify, dozile is class a, zofran is class b.


 

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