I'm 10 weeks pregnant and suffering bad MS too. I tried Maxalon and another one that was a bit stronger. Neither worked. I now take half a Zofran once or twice a day. I also have been avoiding processed and fatty foods, meat, sweets, and all the things I feel like at the moment! Sticking to low GI foods such as brown rice and vegie + lentil patties, fresh fruit, raw veges, baked beans, yoghurt etc. and keep sipping on water with fresh lemon squeezed in it. It's helped me a lot. Good luck!
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05-09-2013 10:48 #21
05-09-2013 13:50 #22
Maxolon helps me a bit and I do have ondansetron but haven't taken that yet.
Icy poles help just to get that hit of sugar and increase blood sugar levels, also the proper jelly beans from the chemist.
If the nausea is affecting your appetite, just eat what you can when you can and keep up the fluids! None of these get rid of the ms for me but help it sometimes.
06-09-2013 06:24 #23
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06-09-2013 14:47 #24
I would say I've been suffering from mild to moderate morning sickness. Some days it's just all day nausea, others I am vomiting and feeling nauseous all the time.
Over the past couple of days I've found that eating a "Ginger Kiss" first thing in the morning is really helping me get through the bad patch I have at the beginning of the day. It's a spongy, gingerbread like bar - weight watchers brand (so not too bad for you)
06-09-2013 15:04 #25
You poor thing....
With my first pregnancy I used the sea bands on my wrists, they press against pressure points. I was skeptical at first but they helped me
Not looking forward to it this time round.
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06-09-2013 15:14 #26
I have had terrible nausea as well and found acupuncture helped a lot with it. It is still there in the background but doesn't stop you from doing things like mine was.
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11-09-2013 13:53 #27
Icy lemonade & ginger ale
elevit morning sickness tablets, ginger tablets
dry crackers in bag,
12-09-2013 09:32 #28
12-09-2013 09:37 #29
So far absolutely NOTHING has helped me I can't even get off the couch and I have a 28 month old running around and jumping all over me. I feel sorry for her because she's so bored at home
12-09-2013 10:35 #30
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