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    Default Morning Sickness

    DD is 4 months old and im currently 7 weeks pregnant with morning sickness which lingers all day..
    I just feel so sick and have no energy.. How am I suppose to cope and look after DD when I feel this way.. 😢

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom88 View Post
    DD is 4 months old and im currently 7 weeks pregnant with morning sickness which lingers all day..
    I just feel so sick and have no energy.. How am I suppose to cope and look after DD when I feel this way.. 😢
    Hugs. Nothing worse than just wanting to curl up in bed and not being able to. Have you asked the dr for maxalon? It might help.

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    My girls are 8 & 6yrs but I'm 8wks with awful MS too. All pills I've tried don't work so school hols have dragged. I'm dead tired and spewing each hour. It's awful. I don't know how u do it with a baby!!


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    Thanks for replies ladies!
    I just feel yuck to be honest!
    My mum is watching DD for a fee hours tomorrow so I can have some me time and rest. Cant wait lol

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    I'm on phenergan for morning sickness. I take it before bed as it knocks you out. I hate taking it but I literally wouldn't be able to function without it. I am only now at 10 weeks starting to have a few good days here and there. I have a 3 year old but luckily my partner has been amazing with taking over everything so I can rest. I sympathise xx

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    So with the phenergan - does the overnight dose do enough that u don't have MS the following day??


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    I thought phernergan wasn't safe ? I got told I can't take it any more.

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    It's preg category C which means it may cause reversible effects to the fetus (not malformations) but can be used when benefit to mother outweighs this.


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    Fair enough

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    Have you tried ondansetron? Its what they give you IV if you have to go to hospital. As well as the tablets not working/strong enough for bad ms if you can't keep water down its impossible to take them. The Ondansetron come in wafers that dissolve in your mouth. I'm 31 weeks and its the only thing that worked for me....I'm still taking it! Expensive but no way I could have gotten through without hospital stays with this.


 

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