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10 Weeks Pregnant Morning Sickness Gone
My mrs is 10 weeks pregnant as you is experiencing morning sickness all day everyday and had been committing. What can we do to help this?
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My OB prescribed Diceglis for extreme morning sickness. I've read mixed reviews on safety. Is this okay to take? I'm 10 weeks pregnant.
Safe: There are no "mixed reviews" on the safety of Diclegis. In fact it is the only drug considered so safe as to be the only FDA approved nausea medication for use in pregnancy. There are mixed reviews about how well it works though. For some it is just not strong enough and other medications are needed. ...Read more
Is it normal for a young lady to puke blood around 10 weeks pregnant? How much blood is normal? She's been struggling with morning sickness.
Hemoptysis: Nope. It is not normal and one should seek medical attention immediately. ...Read more
I'm 10 weeks pregnant I've been suffering from morning sickness however more recently when I vomited I noticed small streaks of blood is this normal?
Call your OB: Cause if that is happening you need to get on some good antinausea meds and and some anti- acid meds, beause if u vomit enough and hard enough it can cause bleeding u may need pills or or sometimes IV or subq pump for anti nausea meds. ...Read more
I am 10 weeks pregnant, but still I had no morning sickness, nausea throw ups nothing. Except litlle breast tenderness. Is this normal? Am so worried.
Might not matter...: What I mean is, if you have severe enough vomiting or diarrhea, either way you need to be seen and treated, possibly with IV fluids. If your symptoms are less concerning, then I would say the best way to distinguish is that pregnancy usually only causes mild to moderate nausea and occasional vomiting. Whereas food poisonings are often going to be more of a diarrheal illness. ...Read more
No: Morning sickness varies from mother to mother. Also, many women notice a difference in morning sickness from one pregnancy to the next. It can vary in severity from none to very severe (requiring medical intervention.) it can occur any time of day. Although usually worse in the first trimester, it can occur at any stage. Avoiding strong odors can help. Ginger flavors help some. ...Read more
Yes: Some women just get lucky.Get a more detailed answer ›
Nausea/ vomiting: There are many possible reasons for nausea. This article lists many causes http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/nausea/my00572/dsection=causes. ...Read more
Ginger/reglan/phener: Ginger snacks, metoclopramide, promethazine, vitamin b complex, and ondansetron have al varying success on an individual basis but their combination works for most women. Zofran causes severe constipation, so avoid if possible (not to mention very expensive). All are safe for use in pregnancy. ...Read more
Nausea with or: Without vomiting.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: Yes it is.Get a more detailed answer ›
IT is not from foods: It is from your preg hormones, some foods can make it worse call your OB to get relief. ...Read more
Could be or not: If u want to know do a blood b-hcg test. ...Read more
No not always: While "morning sickness" is often an early sign of pregnancy it is not always the case. Sometimes just being late with a period may be the only sign that some women have. Other signs that are seen are sudden aversion to certain foods, or altered sense of smell and fatigue as well. Also increased breast tenderness is often seen. The bottom line is self awareness that something may feel different. ...Read more
Varies greatly!: Some women have morning sickness so severe they must be hospitalized. Other women have none at all! I wouldn't be surprised if you are having other symptoms, like fatigue or breast tenderness. But any worry can be addressed by having a pelvic ultrasound. Generally, a pregnancy is visible on ultrasound by six weeks. Talk with your health care provider, and get some reassurance. Good luck. LGromkoMD ...Read more
Morning sickness: Yes, it can happen that way. Have you done a pregnancy test? ...Read more
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I am 4 weeks pregnant and have had morning sickness/symptoms. Is there medicine to help with this?
Lots: Morning sickness is the reaction your body has to Hcg (pregnancy hormone). Some ppl get the same reaction to TSH if they're hyperthyroid. You can start getting nauseous at 4 wks, w/ peak symptoms at 6wks, usually stopping by mid-2nd trimester. Natural remedies are ginger (tea/candy), vit B6. Rx: Metoclopramide/Reglan, hydroxyzine, benadryl, phenergan, (promethazine) and zofran are all good methods to try. ...Read more