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06-02-2015 15:04 #64
hey everyone, I'm new here and am pregnant with my first bubs. I'm now 9 weeks pregnant but when I was around 6w3d pregnant I suffered from extreme morning sickness and was nearly admitted to hospital due to dehydration. I've been taking these morning sickness tablets they are called (ondaz) I'm not sure if anyone else has been taking them or has ever tried them but they seem to be my saviour with morning sickness would like to know if anyone else has tried these and had any issues with these? Thank you!
06-02-2015 15:34 #65
My obstetrician assured me it is safe to take and I've had no issue with it this far. Just had my 12 week scan and both babies are normal, happy and healthy.
06-02-2015 15:36 #66
Thank you for your reply! I was told by one doctor is was fine to take and another doctor said he didn't trust it so I'm just trying to figure out which doctor to trust!
06-02-2015 17:15 #67
It's category b, which (I believe) means it's not known to cause any issues in pregnancy and hasn't in animals but it's not been tested specifically on pregnant women so they can't make it a category a?
My obstetrician preferred me to take it so I could eat and get the nutrients the babies and I needed, and has prescribed it to lots of women for morning sickness.
It's such a personal decision to make though, only you can know what's right for you and your baby x
06-02-2015 17:17 #68
Well before I was taking this I was vomiting 6-7 times a day and couldn't drink or eat so I was at the point where doctors were telling me if I don't start to drink at least I'd need to go on a drip and be admitted to hospital because my baby was becoming really dehydrated the same as me
06-02-2015 17:44 #69
Hi all, I found a good one by accident. With this surprise baby, I had been flying quite a bit and had taken "Avil" (NOT ADVIL- lol some chemists/doctors mishear) for very severe travel/motion sickness that I have. When I found out about baby, I went into panic mode because I had taken Avil, I called "mothersafe" a great advice centre in Sydney (I believe and you can call them and ask about pretty much anything pregnancy/baby - they are brilliant).
But back to the story, they told me that it was fine to use and that is in fact was one of the original drugs they used for severe morning sickness way back.
Of course there are side effects like sleepiness etc.
But it might be worth a shot? Ask your doctor/obstetrician and call mothersafe.
They can even help you with drug interactions I'm pretty sure
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