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    Default Clexane and nausea

    Did anyone else feel constantly ill while on clexane?
    I began taking it at 13 weeks, and hadn't felt sick at all until then. All most as soon as I began taking it I started feeling 'morning sick'??

    I just think it's weird for MS to kick in at 13 weeks and for it to coincide with the clexane??

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    I started Clexane 6 weeks ago and it had no change to my nausea or anything...?


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    I think you've just been unlucky and ms has kicked in at the same time. I've used clexane quite a lot, both when I am pregnant and when I am not and meet experienced any sickness or changes.

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    I'm a nurse of 15yrs and have given more clexane than I've had hot breakfasts and I've never had someone complain of nausea using it.
    I just checked the CMI on it and says if you have nausea on it you should speak to your doctor about it.
    Might be worth running it by him or her.

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    Nurse here too and never heard of nausea either

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    I just looked it up and it can cause nausea in about 3% of people.

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    Very good. Normal ms then prob!!!
    What can I do anyway. Lol!!
    Suck it up and get on with it!!

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