Any suggestion or any way to make this feeling go away?
I have a 4.5DD & 2.5DS.
I can't function and I feel absolutely terrible. Meh over being pregnant already and I'm only 9 weeks :-/
+ Reply to Thread
Results 1 to 7 of 7
04-04-2012 16:25 #1
Help Morning/All Day Sickness! Pls make it STOP!?
04-04-2012 16:57 #2
Go to your doctor and ask for maxalon or stemetil or zofran. Alternatively you can buy restavit sleeping tablets from the chemist to relieve nighttime sickness.
Ask the doctor.
Good luck, some of us get it so bad it's debilitating .. I needed to get help.. I'm 11weeks now and coping with medication. I also have a five year old DD.
04-04-2012 17:31 #3-
- Join Date
- Feb 2010
- Home, where my life lies waiting, silently, for me.
I second maxalon/pramin to help with nausea.
my first pregnancy I had hyperemesis until 28 weeks, and only survived due to pramin. (i lost 17kg over the pregnancy)
this time I onl had normal morning sickness (down6kg at 20weeks) and its pretty much stopped.
I took pramin from 6weeks preg this time due to howsick I was last time
04-04-2012 17:34 #4Senior Member
- Join Date
- Jan 2009
I have had ms for over 12 weeks now, and take Dozile (an antihistimine) before i go to bed, which wards off a lot of the nausea until about 6pm the next day.
I was taking maxalon as well, but that stopped working after a couple of months. now I take Zofran on my work days as the bus trip was making me really sick.
Zofran is amazing, but it's off pbs, so expensive - between $8 and $11 per 8mg dose (depending on where you buy it). I only take it 3 times a week, I find that one dose in the morning, will last until late afternoon.
04-04-2012 20:14 #5
I've been taking maxolon but that seems to not be working as well anymore. I'll ask when I see the obgyn next time in just over a week.. I had a midwife appt at my specialists rooms yesterday but didn't realise until today that i'd actually missed it because I wad so sure it wad tomorrow.. Damn this pregnancy sickness brain :-/
Thanks for all of your bits of advice, it is muchly appreciated! I might try some dozile at night and see how I go until the next appt..
04-04-2012 20:19 #6
I found Maxolon either didn't work at all or made me feel worse.
Stemetil helped me at my worst, but it's not rated as safe as Maxolon, so I used it sparingly.
I also got some relief from the anti-nausea wristbands you get for seasickness, but you have to leave them on 24/7 for them to work well.
04-04-2012 20:24 #7
Yes zofran is expensive.. I have it do bad I take two zofran a day to be ok.. I've noticed the sickness easing a little..
The stemetil suppositories are excellent also! Very good for when you can't keep tablets down!
Don't wait another week if it's that bad, ring your doctor and bring forward your appointment.
Sickness sucks xxx
By Manny in forum Conception issues & ttcReplies: 1Last Post: 21-08-2012, 16:55
By nice piece of crumpet in forum Morning SicknessReplies: 9Last Post: 05-05-2012, 08:48
LCF Fun Languages AustraliaFrench, Spanish, Mandarin, Italian & German lessons for children 0-12 years. Play-based and immersion language ...
LATESTWhy it is OK for your child to be differentWhat is a blessing way? How is it different to a baby shower?7 ways to break the ‘mumnotony’ at home
POPULARWhen can I start giving chores to my children?New baby nursery checklist – a guide to newborn essentialsWhat to pack for labour and hospital – a checklist
FORUMS - chatting now ...
Inheritance WWYDGeneral Chat
A - Z of baby girl namesGames & fun stuff
A - Z of Baby Boy NamesGames & fun stuff
IVF babies due June/July/August 2017pregnancy and babies through IVF
Pokemon go. Chat #2General Chat
Egg Donation in South Africa #14Egg Donation
The Word Association Game #24Games & fun stuff
HGC lelvelsConception & Fertility General Chat