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Morning Sickness Stops At 7 Weeks
Many txments: Call your OB that is your ob's job, there are safe meds, there is an fda approved wrist band that gives electrical impulses that go from the nerve in the wrist to teh nausea center in the brain called primabella, b natal pops can help call your OB it is your ob's job to answer your? S and help you, zofran (ondansetron) works well in most people- cat b- safe. ...Read more
ASK YOUR OB DOC: And do what your OB doc says since that doc is taking care of u, if u were my pt., I would tell you to try ginger aile, snaps, or tea, or or ginger cooked, also b-natal pops - u can get those at babys r us, also there is an fda approved wrist band called primabella - your OB doc can get a form form the drug rep some insurances cover them they work quite well or u may need cat b script meds. ...Read more
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Do talk to your ob. Why. You are at the lower cusp of when perimenopausal needs to be considered. Considered! Not alarmed.
A call to your OB is in order.
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I've had morning sickness 5 times what can I do to stop it or try and help it cause it's making me feel very Ill?
Had morning sickness for weeks, I had it all day. At 9 weeks it stopped. Could something be wrong, or is it normal to stop?
YES: It will be gone by 24-48 hours after. ...Read more
I am having morning sickness throughout my entire day. I have tried every remedy possible to stop it. What can I do? 15 weeks preg
I'm 6 months pregnant and have had "morning sickness" almost non stop for the whole time. Its becoming depressing and quite hard to deal with.?
True: Morning sickness this long can be depressing. I'm sure your physician and you have tried several antinausea medications. Have you tried ginger, antireflux medications? Another option is also a subcutaneous pump managed at home with 24/7 infusion of medications such as zofran (ondansetron). Also, make sure you have had a consultation with a nurtritionist. ...Read more
No: There is not necessarily something wrong if morning sickness stops, for most women it stops at some point during or after the first trimester. If your pregnancy symptoms have all gone away, especially if you are having cramping and bleeding, you should call your doctor to have an ultrasound to check on the baby. ...Read more
I'm 18 wks pregnant, no more morning sickness. I get extremely nauseous if I don't get enough sleep though, why? How can I stop it when it's too late?
Morning sickness: So sorry. Try to eat saltines every two hours and drink small sips of water. Please check in with your OB ...Read more
If I used something doctors used to give to pregnant women to stop morning sickness is it possible that caused birth defects?
Morning sickness: Depends upon the medication taken. There are currently many medications available for morning sickness that have been well researched and not shown to be associated with birth defects. Discussing which medication was taken will help in guiding you about possible effects on this pregnancy. ...Read more
Was told by doctor I have thick uterus negative test waiting for blood test result morning sickness 4 2 weeks then stop?
Seven months pregnant. Haven't had any morning sickness at all. Just vomited, is it normal to have morning sickness this late in the pregnancy?
Yes: The increasing pressure of the uterus on the stomach causes the nausea and it is very common after about 34 weeks or so. ...Read more
Can you get morning sickness around the time of implantation bleeding or am I jist getting sick it only lasted about three days period is seven days?
I'm 5mo pregnant and never had morning sickness. All of a sudden I've had nonstop bowel movements and vomiting. Now its stoped and its hard for me to eat?
This is most likely a stomach bug you picked up, but there are some pregnancy complications that can cause these symptoms. If you're not able to keep down fluids and/or having bad abdominal pain you should go to the hospital.
Morning sickness would not show up for the first time at 5 months. ...Read more