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    Default Morn sickness with toddler help!!

    I need tips. How did u handle morning sickness with a toddler? Mine has come on strong. Right at school holidays. I have managed to have my parents mind him today while I rest and to tomorrow dh will stay home from work.. But I need to be able to handle this myself and I can't.

    I feel so sick I can't stand for long or go out far. I feel so bad for my boy who needs attention.

    Tips please!!

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    Maxalon. I wasn't coping a couple of weekends ago. I just couldn't look after DS and manage the ms. Nothing else worked. When the maxalon stops working I'm moving on to ondansetron.

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    Thank you! So has to be a trip to the doc to get that? Was hoping I can just go get in now!

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    Default Morn sickness with toddler help!!

    You can get restavit at the chemist, it's an antihistamine/sleeping pill that they often recommend as the first stop (plus vitamin B6) for morning sickness, I took it with both pregnancies. Chemists can be funny about it if you don't have a Drs note so just have your DH say he needs some for a long haul flight.

    Eta: start with taking half at night and it will usually get you through the next day

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    Have you tries drinking ginger? A glass mug of ginger tea will help you reduce morning sickness. For many years, ginger has long been publicized as a stomach soother, and studies have shown that it may help relieve nausea symptoms. Sipping cold ginger ale, or adding a slice of raw ginger to water or tea may help sooth your stomach. Snacks such as gingerbread, or ginger cookies will all effectively help prevent nausea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny Dancer View Post
    Maxalon. I wasn't coping a couple of weekends ago. I just couldn't look after DS and manage the ms. Nothing else worked. When the maxalon stops working I'm moving on to ondansetron.
    I tried maxalon, restavit and zofran. Other than drugs I would say to try and find activities for the toddler where you can still rest - lots of TV , arts and crafts, maybe a play centre where they can burn some energy and you don't have to closely supervise.

    Morning sickness is the worst, hang in there!

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    Thanks ladies. dh made me ginger water which helps but hard to drink. And candied ginger.
    Doc today gave me maxalon . I took one before but not helping yet. Only be 20mins though.

    First pregnancy I took no drugs. This one it's so hard to cope with a toddler I can't handle just not taking anything.

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    I found sipping coconut water really helped.

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    Yes. Lemon is a very good way as well. Try each of this and experiment with what your body can accept so you can prevent any morning sickness.

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    With the help of no to morning sickness tea, I relieved myself from nausea and morning sickness.


 

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