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Vitamins Morning Sickness
Yes: For many women who experience morning sickness and/or nausea throughout the day, taking 25 mg of vitamin B6, 3 times a day will help. You can take this as tablets or there are also lollipops which contain vitamin B6, available at some pharmacies and children's stores. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Morning sickness: Some patient experience morning sickness througt out the entire pregnancy although this is not the norm. Most of the time morning sickness decreases after 14 weeks of gestation. There is the possibility of other pathologies causing nausea and vomiting during pregnancy like liver disease, gallbladder disease, UTI etc. Check with yout doctor before thinking is only morning sickness. ...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
First Trimester: Nausea & vomiting of pregnancy may begin very early in pregnancy, typically in the first trimester. It may be mild or severe. Discuss your symptoms with your OB and he/she will review many different lifestyle, dietary modifications and remedies that exist to help you deal with the myriad of symptoms you may experience. ...Read more
Sure: as long as you can tolerate them any time of the day is ok ...Read more
Nausea: dont take on empty stomachGet a more detailed answer ›
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 moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can u take dimenhydrinate and vitamin b 6 together during pregnancy I am taking 100 mg of vitamin b6 and 50 mg of dimenhydrinate everyday ?
Safe medications: These are safe medications for use. Each individual should always confirm their prescriptions with their doctor. ...Read more
Pregease ( morning sickness and heartburn relief ) dietary supplement is necessary for pregnancy woman.
No: Hi. Congratulations on your pregnancy! Levothyroxine will not adversely affect morning sickness or blood pressure early in pregnancy, especially assuming the dose is correct and you have normal thyroid function. Make sure your gyn is aware of your high blood pressure; that will need to be monitored. Certain blood pressure medicines can and others cannot be used in pregnancy. Good luck! ...Read more
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