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    Zofran was my lifesaver. Took it every day for 6 months - otherwise my head was in the toilet all day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    Lots and lots of sleep. It's always worse when you're tired.
    So true. Had a late night last night and an early start today and was sooo ill this morning!!

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    Really cold coke helped a (a can was better than a bottle), getting plenty of sleep/rest also helps as well as keeping meals small (if I ate too much when I was feeling ok, it would all come up again pretty soon after). Up and go if I couldn't stomach actual food, and salty plain crackers also helped a tiny bit. Vitamin b (6 or 12? Not sure) and ginger tablets are supposed to help but did nothing for me. In end nothing cut it so the doc gave me maxalon - worked a treat! I couldn't get off the couch for weeks without needing to vomit and it was such a relief feeling nausea free. I had a script for odansetron too but didn't end up needing it.

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    I survived on watermelon. I wouldn't eat too much of anything though but eat constantly. I also find citrusy drinks helps.

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    I'm another HGer who had a hospitalization last week. On a good day, the Zofran wafers help get me through a work shift. On a bad day, they don't even take the edge off. But worth a shot. Maxolon doesn't stay in my stomach long enough to get absorbed so has been pretty useless for me.

    Zofran is worth a shot. But it's expensive.

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    I'm around the same as you 8+5 ...& being tired is my number one trigger to having ms bad. I'm getting through ok most days by taking Phenergan at night plus I do wear the sea sickness bands almost 24/7. There is a syrup you can buy at the chemist called Emetrol that is basically the coke base formula. It's pretty damn sweet but a swig of that has REALLY helped me out at work now & then. Constant eating has also seemed to ease things. I found myself being so angry at the TV the other day - getting all sh*tty at the presenters & the fact that they're not feeling crap all the time! Ha! Hormones!

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    The elevit morning sickness tablets helped me

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    Sea bands around my wrists have been the only consistently helpful thing. I have a handful of almonds as well if I wake up in the middle of the night feeling gross, along with small sips of water. I just got a 50 pack of vomit bags (the kind they use in hospitals) so I can have a few in my bag, in each car, beside my bed etc.

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    Update - the mints have worked the past 2 days!! I still feel a tiny bit nauseous but haven't been vomiting! So thanks ladies I hope this is it for ms!

    The downside is that Im now worrying that I dont "feel pregnant". I know its completely ridiculous its just my mind playing tricks!! Anyone else feel this way?


 

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