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Too Much Vomiting During Pregnancy
Variable: Nausea is very common with vomiting less common during early pregnancy. If vomiting persists to the point weight loss occurs, that can become an issue during pregnancy. The easiest treatment if vitamin b6 and unisom twice daily both available otc. Unisom, of course, can make you drowsy. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Yes: If you have hyperemesis gravidarum and throw up violently and frequently it can be a reason. But blood in vomit is always a concern- see your obgyn they will check it and make an appropriate referral if needed. ...Read more
Can you please offer some advice for effective headache/vomiting relief during pregnancy without medication?
Acu pressure bracelet efficient in preventing nausea & vomiting of pregnancy & sea sickness. Applying pressure on the anterior wrists also will work-acu pressure
Diet rich in protein, Vitamin B6 25mg 3 times daily.
Ginger tea daily.
Desiccated adrenal cortex 260mg 4 times daily.
In severe cases thiamine injections.
Tiger balm externally if headache is severe. ...Read more
Are heavy cramps and vomiting normal during the early stages of pregnancy (approx 5 weeks) or should we be concerned?
If you have moderate: To severe symptoms please consult with your obstetrician promptly. 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 at least 5 min in a covered pot. Sip. Aromatherapy: sweet orange (citrus sinensis), peitigrain (citrus reticulata) or mandarin. ...Read more
I'm optimistic that: The tips in these links would help u. Take care and god bless u! http://www. Womenshealthcaretopics. Com/preg_dizzy_faint. Htm http://sogc. Org/publications/nausea-and-vomiting-during-pregnancy/. ...Read more
Is phenergen safe during pregnancy. I had vomiting and dehydration so they prescribed this in ER. Can I use it daily?
Consult with OB: Phenergan (aka promethazine) is typically a 3rd line agent for nausea and vomiting in pregnancy because it is a class C drug for pregnancy (animal studies show possible risk to fetus) but may be required for severe cases. First line therapy is dietary changes followed by vitamin b6 (pyridoxine) and doxylamine both pregnancy class A (studies have failed to show risk to the fetus) safe alternatives ...Read more
Is normal not to have nausea and vomiting during pregnancy? I am not yet pregnant and I hardly get nauseated. What can I do in case I won't have?
What can I do to help deal with problems such as vomiting, excessive saliva, pica and syncope during pregnancy?
OB/GYN: You need to call your obstetrician, right away in f act, to discuss these issues. Some of what you describe can be serious. But really, your OB is the one to help with these problems. Then, if he or she needs some consultation with someone else, those arrangements can be made after your obstetrician has seen you. Good luck. ...Read more
While pregnant with my first child, I had severe vomiting. How can I avoid starvation and electrolyte disturbances during my second pregnancy?
No milk...small meal: Each pregancy is different, so you may not have as much trouble with this one, but some people do have nausea and vomiting with each pregnancy. Discuss concerns with your doctor, use pedialyte ice pops to help, avoid milk products in the early stages, and have crackers near the bed for before you even get out of bed. Small frequent meals, and avoid what makes you queasy. Consider a nutritionist! ...Read more
I'm 6wks into my pregnancy. I don't experience any vomiting but just mild nausea during the evening. Does that mean I do not have a healthy pregnancy?
I'm worried about the amount of migraines and vomiting I'm having during pregnancy, it's my first and I really have no clue what's "normal". So is it normal to have frequent migraines, nausea and vomiting while pregnant? Sometimes the migraines are so
Is it normal not having nausea and vomiting during pregnancy? (i am not yet pregnant). Is lack of that symptom bad sign or cause for alarm?
Not at all: Plenty of women have this myth, that if you're not nauseated, then you're not pregnant or that something is wrong. Plenty of women dont' have any nausea and go on to have great babies. ...Read more
When does vomiting start during pregnancy. Can it start within 2-3 weeks. Does monthly cycle always gets delayed or stopped if a women conceived.
Miclozen and pyrodoxyn to control vomiting and nausea during first trimester of pregnancy. Is it safe?? I already used it because am suffering, thanks?
Hi Doctor My wife is having yellow liquid vomiting during pregnancy. Is this OK and also is ondansetron 4 mg is safe to use in pregnancy for vomitings?
Pregnant and throwing up between 1 and 2 times a day. We have tried ginger peppermint B6 limes to no avail. Any other home or natural remedies for vomting during pregnancy? Help would be appreciated.
My favorite treatment for morning sickness is homeopathy. You can try remedies suggested here:
but if they don't help consult a homeopath as there are many other remedies that can help.
For other natural options see http://www. Mindbodygreen. Com/0-9602/30-natural-remedies-for-morning-sickness. Html
Good luck! ...Read more
I am at my eleventh week of pregnancy, I don't feel any thing except vomiting in the morning. Is the baby still healthy?
I'm in my 7 week of pregnancy, my question is I'm taking tabs that avoid vomiting daily / 1 tab, is there any danger on baby life?
7 weeks pregnant: Congrats! Your question is a great question but you did not give the name of the medication to give you an honest answer. Sorry! ...Read more
I keep vomiting I'm in my 8 week pregnancy, I'm taking dip hasten 10 mg dydrogestrone and complete multi. Vit. S, what should I do and take?
Nausea ; vomiting: Can be seen w pregnancy but are not diagnostic of pregnancy. Please take pregnancy test if your period is late. Early pregnancy sxs can include: lack of period, breast swelling ; tenderness with darkened areolas, fatigue, increased urination frequency, constipation, bloating, heartburn, backache, cramping, headache, food cravings or aversions, ^ sense of smell, enlarged waist, feeling faint >>. ...Read more
I am four months pregnant. Since the beginning of my pregnancy I have not vomited even once. I do feel nauseous now and then. Is it normal?
Nausea only/pregnant: Not every woman has vomiting associated with pregnancy. If you are in your fourth month, the chances are you will not develop vomiting, and even the nausea should gradually diminish soon. What is more common is to develop a distaste for some foods, but many women unfortunately do have serious problems with both nausea and vomiting in pregnancy. ...Read more
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
Good list: Often severe nausea is tied in with mood. Mirtazapine is a medication that helps with insomnia, blocks the same seratonin receptor as zofran (5ht-3), and can help, especially if you have a history of mood or stress issues. In refractory cases steroids can be used as well. You can use the meds together if needed, I would add zantac (ranitidine) 150 mg because reducing acid can be helpful. Good luck. ...Read more
Dehydration: Severe vomiting in pregnancy is known in its' extreme as hyperemesis gravidarum. Dehydration is one of the symptoms and requires either fluid ingestion or IV fluid replacement. Your OB doctor needs to check labwork that includes electrolytes (potassium, sodium, chloride, etc.) to assess the need for the above interventions. ...Read more