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    I'm currently 16.5 and still vomiting daily. Zofran is helping! I need a resort with a long stay option!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHAELEEJANE View Post
    I'm currently 16.5 and still vomiting daily. Zofran is helping! I need a resort with a long stay option!
    Does zofran stop the feeling of nausea or only the vomiting.. Or both?

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    For me- both! By stopping the nausea it stops me vomiting. BUT it didn't do anything for my sister- she was even worse than me poor thing.
    Hardest part of the day is timing the zofran so I don't vomit it back up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoppyLoppy View Post
    I was saying to dh the other day that there should be a resort that women go to for the first 12 weeks. With daily scans to check on bub, chefs, cleaners and butlers. An endless supply of zofran. Basically we just lay around by the pool while people do everything for us.

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    I'd stay there for sure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHAELEEJANE View Post
    For me- both! By stopping the nausea it stops me vomiting. BUT it didn't do anything for my sister- she was even worse than me poor thing.
    Hardest part of the day is timing the zofran so I don't vomit it back up.
    Oh thank you so much. I'm going to try it now. I actually have some here but was holding off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHAELEEJANE View Post
    For me- both! By stopping the nausea it stops me vomiting. BUT it didn't do anything for my sister- she was even worse than me poor thing.
    Hardest part of the day is timing the zofran so I don't vomit it back up.
    You need to get the zofran wafers - they just dissolve under your tounge!

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    They're the ones I have I'm nervous- do they taste bad?

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    Oh absolutely, I basically did. Thankfully hubby was a saint and let me moan and carry on. Magically it did pass at week 12. Hang in there

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    Quote Originally Posted by KaraB View Post
    They're the ones I have I'm nervous- do they taste bad?
    Yes! I prefer the tablets!

    The only thing helping me is Prednisolone!

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