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    Default Anyone found a successful remedy for nausea/ms?

    Im 8+2 and really struggling!!!

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    Keep eating! A dry biscuit next to the bed when you wake up is a must - an empty stomach was a trigger for me, I also had to ditch the electric tooth brush

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    Small sips of icy water was the best relief I got.

    Other than that, you just need to ride it out. It's awful

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    Unfortunately I ended up with hyperemesis gravidarum. No amount of ginger was going to help and the only thing that would help was taking Ondansetron. I highly recommend it if all else fails.

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    Ok thank you all so much! Ginger is doing nothing and dry biscuits havent worked either. I will try some ice or icey water tomorrow morning.

    Dry biscuits worked in my first pregnancy but this time its completely different. Whether I eat or don't Im in the bathroom!! At least its all for a good cause in the end!

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    I suffered HG too and apart from all the meds coke was a great help! As weird as it sounds lol

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    I find sucking on a mint works for me whenever I feel yuck (which is often). Hang in there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ra Ra Superstar View Post
    Unfortunately I ended up with hyperemesis gravidarum. No amount of ginger was going to help and the only thing that would help was taking Ondansetron. I highly recommend it if all else fails.
    My last pregnancy was exactly the same. I was hospitalized three times in two weeks. I'm really hoping this bub doesn't follow in it's sisters footsteps!


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    My first pregnancy was dry crackers and my second mentos were the thing that got me through the day

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    Double post.
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