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    Quote Originally Posted by SunshineMunky View Post
    So with the phenergan - does the overnight dose do enough that u don't have MS the following day??


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    No not really, it just means I don't vomit as much... I still vomit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    I thought phernergan wasn't safe ? I got told I can't take it any more.
    Yes what sunshinemunky said. As someone who doesn't even take Panadol usually, I really hate taking it. But the times I have tried not taking it I just don't stop vomiting. It's a last resort for me (Maxolon/every natural remedy under the sun didn't work for me).

    My gp is very good and I do trust her, she told me it's safe so I have to do the whole risk vs benefit thing

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    Yup good idea colbie. U do what u have to. I'm finding ondansetron isn't working so was going to attempt a night time antihistamine myself - how do u feel in the day tho?


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    Sorry I just saw your above post lol

    I'm thinking of taking a restavit at night as that's given for MS in USA mixed with B6. But don't want to take it in day as I will be asleep lol


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    I looked into taking restevit last year when I was UTD and I'm pretty sure it is a category A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunshineMunky View Post
    Sorry I just saw your above post lol

    I'm thinking of taking a restavit at night as that's given for MS in USA mixed with B6. But don't want to take it in day as I will be asleep lol


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    That's okay I'll go into more detail Some days I only vomit once or twice, which is becoming more common now. I've had two or three days since 4.5 weeks that I haven't vomited at all. On a bad day it's 20+ times. On the bad days sometimes I take one phenergan during the day as well (if I can keep it down) but usually it's just two before bed. Hopefully in a week or so I will go down to one phenergan (10mg) before bed, and then phase it out.

    I considered today a pretty good day, I had two spewing episodes (of a few voms each time).

    I'm still lethargic at 10 weeks and find small things tire me out however that full on, bone-tired exhaustion is going away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubblesK View Post
    I looked into taking restevit last year when I was UTD and I'm pretty sure it is a category A.
    Interesting, I might talk to my gp about changing. I hate being on phenergan

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    Yes restavit (sold over counter as sleep aid) is category A so safer to take.

    My MS sounds just like yours. Only main issue I worry about tho is with this preg I'm totally sick when I have any water. Can not keep it down. Not even a glass. So all my fluid intake is coming from milk or the odd juice. I normally love water. I hate not drinking ANY!


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    Quote Originally Posted by SunshineMunky View Post
    Yes restavit (sold over counter as sleep aid) is category A so safer to take.

    My MS sounds just like yours. Only main issue I worry about tho is with this preg I'm totally sick when I have any water. Can not keep it down. Not even a glass. So all my fluid intake is coming from milk or the odd juice. I normally love water. I hate not drinking ANY!


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    I'm the same! Especially room temp water, which I usually prefer? I know with vomiting so much I really need to keep hydrated so I try to drink ice cold water but it is so hard to keep down still. Bizarre.

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    I can keep no water down. Hot, cool, room temp. It's horrid. Never had this issue with my girls. I feel terrible as its so hot and I know I need to be drinking way more (normally would drink up to 6 litres a day!!)


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