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    Default Random Question. If you took Zofran long term during pregnancy.

    If you took Zofran daily, long term during your pregnancy (more than a few days). Does your baby sleep?



    (Ive just been thinking (possible overthinking) about stuff.

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    I took it for most of my pregnancy, DD slept fine up until her 8 week needles...just slowly getting back to the sleeping thing now, so I don't think zofran has caused any issues there

    Try not to over think it you'll drive yourself crazy...if there's one thing I've learnt so far it's that there is no 'normal' and bubbas run to their own ideas...

    Good luck and I hope you start getting some sleep soon

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    I took it 7.5 to 26 weeks with DD3 she slept 2-4 broken hours in 24hrs until she was 11months old most of that in my arms. Turned out she has food sensitivities (including dairy which we realised at 3.5 weeks as well as gluten, wheat, garlic, onion and beetroot) my sleep deprived brain sadly took until 9.5months to realise it had to be more than just colic got my answer within a few weeks (they weren't typical symptoms) with gluten/wheat being removed from our diet was like a new baby.


    DD3 now mostly sleeps well compared 6-10hrs unless she's been glutened. Me on the other hand well she's asleep and I'm still awake

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    I took it the whole way through. It was the only way I could get to work some days. My DD sleeps no worries (well apart from teething pain this week).


 

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