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I have been taking diclectin since about 6 weeks when I started feeling icky. I feel great, which can be because of the pills, but I have decided to cut out the morning pills. I was taking 2 at night, 1 in the morn, and 1 in the aft. I cut out the afternoon one a long time ago, and now I am cutting out the morning one. I will be 10 weeks on Saturday, so I am very close to the second trimester. I think at 12 weeks I will cut down to one at night, and then none. If the sickness comes back, I will refill my script. I am such a sissy when it comes to feeling gross, and especially with puking. When I had the tummy flu on Monday I called...I guess you can call him the babies dad (nothing established, but that is a whole other story)... at 5:30am crying and telling him to come over because I was puking. I am not sure if that would make me run to someone, but I am such a sissy.
Anyone else going to stop taking the meds soon? I think in the US you have Zofran, and in Canada we have Diclectin.
I didn't take the diclectin full time either, except for a week or so at the beginning when it was really bad, and even then I was only taking two at night and one in the morning. I've occasionally taken one in the evening when I tend to feel ickiest and it helps me get a good sleep too.
I just got an rx for Zofran & only took 1 yesterday & 1 today. I'm only taking it as needed as suggested by my OB. I think I may take one when I eat lunch now as I'm starting to feel a bit yuck. They're a nice back up to have!
Alexandra Sivan, anxiously awaiting her little brother
Nothing here either. With DD they wouldn't prescribe me anything since I wasn't throwing up(my office was more pro-natural remedies I guess). I ordered the Mother's Bliss Morning Sickness supplement online and hope to get it today or tomorrow, but thankfully I'm not feeling quite as gross all the time anymore.
Baby Caleb - born on Sept. 15, 11.31 pm, 8 lb. 15 oz.