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Morning Sickness After Abortion
YES: It will be gone by 24-48 hours after. ...Read more
Morning sickness: Morning sickness should not last longer than one week after termination. Nausea and vomiting related to pregnancy is caused by hormones, mainly estrogen and HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin). Hcg and estrogen levels quickly decrease after pregnancy termination. If your symptoms last longer than 1wk, you need to see your doctor to rule out other problems. ...Read more
I had an suction abortion done 7 days ago and my morning sickness seems to be getting worse. Is that normal and if so when would it be stopped?
Not normal: It should have stopped or at least gotten much better by now if it was due to the pregnancy. It is possible that something unrelated to the pregnancy is causing the nausea. Even stress can do this. See a doctor to find out what is going on. Good luck. Hope you feel better soon. ...Read more
I had a medical abortion 5 days ago. I'm not sure the gestational sac passed. I've been feeling something like morning sickness on and off since then?
Possibly: It can take up to 4-6 weeks for the pregnancy hormones to go down to zero and the symptoms of pregnancy to go away. That being said it is possible to not fully pass the entire pregnancy. It is very important to keep your follow up appt with your provider or make one of you don't have one to make sure the entire pregnancy passes. If you are having very heavy bleeding or are dizzy or weak, go to ER ...Read more
I had an abortion 8 months ago there still is a pregnancy tissue inside my uterus. Now im dizzy and hv morning sickness all the time. Help plz?
Needs evaluation: It is not very likely to have retained tissue 8 months after a termination. I would recommend seeing an obgyn to determine what exactly is going on ...Read more
The tests for Morning sickness include:: Basic metabolic panel, Complete blood count, Thyroid blood tests, H. pylori breath test, Kidney function tests, Liver function test, Ultrasound for nuchal translucency, Ultrasound of kidneys, Urinalysis, Urine culture, Ultrasound of abdomen, Lipase, MRI of head, Ketone panel. ...Read more
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Ginger: Agree w dr. Hale. A simple way to reduce nausea is with ginger. You can drink slightly flattened ginger ale or nibble on crystallized ginger. Or pour boiling water over freshly sliced organic ginger & steep x 5 min in a covered pot. Sip. Aromatherapy: sweet orange (citrus sinensis), peitigrain (citrus reticulata), mandarin (citrus reticulata) are different citrus scents that can decrease nausea. ...Read more
No idea: Crackers, dry toast, unisom (the regular pill (doxylamine), not the gel cap), ginger, vitamin b6 - all can reduce morning sickness. I have not heard of kiwi helping. It won't hurt to try and who knows, for you it might help, if it sounds good. Otherwise, ask your doc for meds; we have many that can make it better. ...Read more
No: For many women, morning sickness can be managed by changing the morning routine. Waking earlier, eating some saltine crackers and slowing down the morning rush are helpful. Taking a vitamin B6 supplement 3 times a day can decrease nausea, as well as wearing motion sickness wrist bands. If these suggestions don't help. Talk with your OB about prescription medications. ...Read more
Ginger: Probably the simplest way to reduce nausea is with ginger. You can drink slightly flattened ginger ale or nibble on crystallized ginger. Or pour boiling water over freshly sliced organic ginger & steep x 5 min in a covered pot. Sip. Aromatherapy: sweet orange (citrus sinensis), peitigrain (citrus reticulata), mandarin (citrus reticulata) are different citrus scents that can decrease nausea. ...Read more
B6 and unisom: We recommend taking a vitamin B6 supplement 10-25 mg three times a day as the first line treatment, followed by adding a half a unisom tablet up to 3 times a day. If nausea is uncontrolled after those therapies, then talk to your doctor about prescription medication. Also, avoid fatty or greasy foods! ...Read more
Support needed: First, please talk with your physician. Perhaps you may need to either be on, or change, your current medication. Have sone comfort in knowing that in some studies, severe nausea/vomiting in pregnancy has been linked to less miscarriage risk. Talk with your partner and family, and have open communication. Tell them that this is a real condition and definately not just "in your head". Hang in there. ...Read more
Yes: The symptoms of "morning sickness" can vary quite a bit from one women to another or even from one pregnancy to another. The exact cause of the symptoms is not clear. In addition, the symptoms can often be similar to the those preceding a normal period, premenstrual symptoms. So it is often confusing to a women and risky to try to interpret the reasons for a specific set of symptoms. ...Read more
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