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    I was in hospital twice with morning sickness. I think everyone is different. What worked for me was ginger and the odd mint lolly.A good friend swears by acupressure on her wrists. Good luck finding something that works for you.

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    Im suffering too! My first pregnancy I was sick every single day, sorry not what you wanted to hear I know coke works! I know it's dreadfully unhealthy etc but it does and I don't drink it any other time.

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    Zofran/odansetron wafers were the only thing that worked for me too and even then...they sometimes didn't! They did help relieve nausea a lot though.

    Elevit made me feel sick too so I switched up to blackmores which helped.

    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hopeforlife View Post
    Zofran/odansetron wafers were the only thing that worked for me too and even then...they sometimes didn't! They did help relieve nausea a lot though.

    Elevit made me feel sick too so I switched up to blackmores which helped.

    Good luck!

    How early in the pregnancy can you take them?

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    I'm not sure there are any restrictions...I started taking it from week 10/11 though as that's when I started getting really sick. They are amazing...expensive but great!

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    Milk arrowroot or milk coffee biscuits helped me more than dry biscuits. Dry ones would make me want to drink then I would be a sick. I definitely second zofran. I took it from 10 weeks until the day ds was born! If you can get it from the hospital pharmacy it might be cheaper. I also got the 8mg tablets and broke them in half rather than have tge x wafers. cold sports drinks and lemonade popsicles helped me too.
    Hope you find something that works for you.

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    Cheeseburgers and frozen coke. Seriously was all I could stomach sometimes but it stopped the really bad nausea. In my 3rd tri pears seemed to help!

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    Great suggestions here. Im willing to try them all. I had never heard of mint as a remedy so im going to grab some mentos!

    Hope all you other suffering mums to be can find something that works for you too!

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    Vitamin k - I ate a rocket salad or tabouli or added spinach and broccoli to my dinner every night and my ms stopped ( 1 tablespoon of fresh parsley contains 100% of your daily vitamin k intake)

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    Lots and lots of sleep. It's always worse when you're tired.


 

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