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Morning Sickness Unisom
Can I take unisom sleep tabs in the first trimester? I have horrid morning sickness and it is keeping me awake at night
Is it safe to take Unisom (doxylamine succinate) throughout pregnancy? I'm 19 weeks and have awful morning sickness, this is all that seems to help.
If u feel bad: And are miserable or cannot keep anything down, call your OB no need to suffer.
Absolutely!: Celebrate! Just stay hydrated, get lots of sleep, eat healthily, take your prenatal containing iron and folic acid, and get your routine obstetric care, which is a multi-step process over the course of the pregnancy. No smoking, and no recreational drugs, period. I strongly advise total avoidance of alcohol, but that's a decision you need to make with your personal doc.See 2 more doctor answers
Several hints: Vit b 6 and unisom at bedtime. Don't let your stomach get empty or too full. Ginger root pills 3x daily (buy at healthfood store). Some people use sea bands or queezy bands on their wrists and these help half the people who try them (for sea sickness usually) if you cannot keep anything down seek care immediately.See 1 more doctor answer
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.
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.See 1 more doctor answer