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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    Zofran has changed my world! I am a different person
    It is great stuff, expensive but certainly worth it!

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    Babyla I also suffered all day 'morning sickness'. Never actually threw up but just felt off and nauseous all day! Nights were worse for me!

    Things that worked for me was peppermint chewy, eating small meals regularly, muesli bar first thing in the morning and last thing at night (while still in bed), mineral water with lots of lemon and good old buttered toast. Mac n cheese was another weird food thing that made me feel better (can't bring myself to eat it now though).

    And on those days where I just felt awful and had to go to work, Zofran was my saviour! So glad it is working for you!

    Hang in there lovely - it does get better!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    Yep I'm exactly the same - DH keeps saying "last time babe" - definitely last time!

    I'm due 22nd July but will have a c-section at 38 weeks so probably around July 7.

    How's your DD's sleep?
    Still not ideal!!! At the moment she is on a mattress next to our bed as she was waking and crying two or three times a night and it was making me so sick. My nausea is worse when I'm tired. Sooo with her next to the bed it's much easier to sooth if I have to. It's got to stop soon... How's your ds???

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    Yay!! So glad you've improved with zofran, it's amazing isn't it?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsSS View Post
    Still not ideal!!! At the moment she is on a mattress next to our bed as she was waking and crying two or three times a night and it was making me so sick. My nausea is worse when I'm tired. Sooo with her next to the bed it's much easier to sooth if I have to. It's got to stop soon... How's your ds???
    Its such a battle. But it has improved a lot the past few months. He normally wakes around 11 and then really early in the morning so at least now we get a good chunk. Sometimes he sleeps through and sometimes not. Theres no set pattern

    Zofran is great! Although once it wears off I'm back in struggle town. I really, really hope that it all stops soon.

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    Unfortunately the zofran is not the wonder drug I had hoped.

    It just doesn't seem to work consistently. I had a half this morning and my nausea is off the charts. Just had a shower to try and calm myself down and will have a nap when DS does.

    I'm lucky that I can eat some things and I'm not vomiting but it's so debilitating.

    I think I need to speak to my ob again.

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    I'm currently 17 weeks, and have finally resorted to acupuncture as nothing else has worked. I've tried Maxalon injection, Stemetil suppositories, B6 and an antihistamine, ondansetron.
    Fingers crossed the acupuncture does it's thing. I've lost 5kg since falling pregnant, and I'm having trouble keeping my blood pressure up due to not drinking enough :/

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    So it's getting worse. I had to leave my new business today and go to my parents house.

    I have called my ob and I'm back to see him tomorrow and he is talking about prednisolone...

    Has anyone taken this for morning sickness?

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    Oh I'm sorry it's so bad @babyla. I sympathise, it sounds like you have hg, I've been diagnosed this time and it's ridiculous. Try to eat small items as much as you can, I hope it passes for you soon. Xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsSS View Post
    Oh I'm sorry it's so bad @babyla. I sympathise, it sounds like you have hg, I've been diagnosed this time and it's ridiculous. Try to eat small items as much as you can, I hope it passes for you soon. Xxx
    Thank you! I was wondering about HG but I'm not really vomiting just constant nausea. Xxx


 

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