It was no good at helping my nausea. I had to take zofran.
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26-02-2015 19:12 #11Member
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26-02-2015 19:16 #12
I hated it. Not only did it not help my nausea, it made me anxious and edgy, and I was really restless. I had to shift position every minute or so and couldn't relax. I also was extremely tired. Felt a million times better when I went on Zofran.
26-02-2015 19:34 #13Senior Member
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26-02-2015 19:47 #14
I tried to pull a cannula out once after receiving it Iv, it was awful, made me so anxious and Figetty I couldn't sit still I was desperate to get away from the hospital but for no apparent reason. I had tablets when I had a 2 week cluster headache while 28 weeks pg as the panadiene forte made me sick, I was still sick, leaked a lot of milk but didn't get crazy thankfully
26-02-2015 19:57 #15
It worked well for me during early pregnancy, nausea passed within half an hour and no side effects that I can remember. In saying that though I didn't have severe morning sickness.
26-02-2015 20:02 #16
I've tried it both pregnancies...
1st - it helped for a while, then had no noticeable effect as the nausea got worse. Ended up on ondansetron (zofran) for 16 weeks.
2nd - tried it, had no effect. Ended up taking ondansetron for a few weeks.
No side effects either time.
26-02-2015 20:05 #17Senior Member
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But please discuss it with your prescribing doctor.
Best of luck, J (also a doctor).
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26-02-2015 20:35 #18
Maxalon- good, bad, ugly for you?
I will discuss it with her but I also wanted a few experiences to reflect on- actual real life can often be more relevant than the literature a Dr has on a medication they haven't taken themsleves. I have read the info sheet but wanted to know how many side effects people from the forum had actually experienced.
26-02-2015 20:51 #19
Maxalon didn't agree with me. It helped the nausea but literally made me feel like climbing the walls. Only way I can describe it. Restless and edgy. The side effect was worse than the nausea for me.
26-02-2015 21:40 #20Member
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I'm allergic to it. It put me in hospital with uncontrollable muscle spasms. My eyes were rolling back in my head, my neck kept pulling backwards and I had horrible belly pains. They said if I hadn't gone to the hospital I would have likely had a seizure. I took zofran through my pregnancy and it worked really well. To reduce the cost my dr prescribed the 8mg wafers and I just took half of one (and if it didn't work then the other half).
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