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So remember my post about should I be concerned that I do not have any morning sickness.... Well it is here with vengeance!
I haven't been able to keep down anything but soup for two days and even with keeping it down I keep dry heaving(sorry tmi). I have tried preggie drops and crackers in bed but no luck with either really helping.
Any advice so I can try to avoid Zofran? It makes me feel so out of it and sleepy...
I dont get ms too bad but i've noticed that usually the only time i do is when i go too long without eating. So i try to make sure that I eat as soon as possible when i get up in the morning and then small snacks/crackers until lunch...small lunch then crackers/snacks before dinner....this usually works for me.
I do not have any advice.. but bless your heart. The first week I began my prenatal pills I was sooo nauseous. Come to find out it was the pills I had picked out. After a week of unstoppable nausea, I finally got new ones and it has been so much better. Baby #1 nor this one have made me throw up... YET! Thinking about you. I know everyone recommends Ginger.
You can find sea-bands at CVS for about $10. They are wrist bands that place acupressure on your wrists. They don't work for everyone but is definitely worth a try Just ask the pharmacy where they are located in the store. They were found tucked away at the very bottom of an aisle at my CVS.
We're past the thalidomide days, but I'd try other methods before taking any meds (the bottom line is that it's generally safe, but used as a last resort). Like ginger ale I didn't even try it until about week 8 (I endured nausea for a month) and couldn't believe I hadn't realized it sooner.