How to treat severe morning sickness and down's syndrome?

Morning sickness. Morning sickness can be helped with ginger candies, ginger ale, or ginger tea; vitamin b6; peppermint candies or tea; nibbling on crackers or toast; or smelling fresh lemon, etc. I'm sorry, but this will not help the down's syndrome part. Homeopathy can also help morning sickness, and so can acupuncture.

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How can I emotionally deal with severe morning sickness?

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...

I'm suffering with severe morning sickness and it is literally disabling I've tried meds with no luck. What else can I do? I really can't cope?

Morning Sickness. If you are pregnant, then you should contact your ob. There are treatments available. You may also want to have your thyroid checked because hyperthyroidism may worsen morning sickness. Read more...
Natural methods. Recent studies have concluded that ginger is effective for relieving the severity of nausea and vomiting of pregnancy. Ginger snaps, ginger ale, or ginger tea may give you some relief. Read more...
Sounds awful! Hyperemesis gravidarum is an extreme form of nausea in pregnancy. And you are right; it can be disabling for a bit. Generally it will get better after the first trimester - but it can last longer. If you are so ill that you cannot keep fluids down, contact your doctor. Some women need to get IV fluids for a while as this storm passes. Many are surprised at just how much the fluid helps. Good luck. Read more...

Should I try an OTC anhistimine for my severe morning sickness that last all day? Dr gave me phenagren n it does not begin to help me at all! Help

Treatment Failure. When a prescription is not working the next step is to let the physician know that you need another option. Please contact your physician to let them know you are suffering. Read more...

How to tell if I am suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum (severe morning sickness)?

By severity. The changes in your hormones and body chemistry frequently leads to nausea and vomiting with pregnancy. There are three ways to identify HG from normal. 1 If you are not getting nutrition and losing weight. 2 If you are having other problems such as vomiting blood or pain. 3 If the HG is so severe that you are having trouble tolerating it, Try delaying breakfast an eating multiple small meals. Read more...
See your physician. Hello Biogirll, If you believe your morning sickness is severe, you should see your physician. If not, you should still mention it at your next visit. Seek medical attention if you have any of the following: inability to hold down any food (or drinks especially), multiple episodes of vomiting per day (not just in the morning), light headedness, infrequent or minimal urination. . Read more...
Pregnant and sick. if you are pregnant and usually less than 20 weeks pregnant and have unrelenting nausea and vomiting you could have hyperemesis gravidarium. You should see your OB but it may resolve by 20 weeks. Read more...
Are you pregnant? 3 questions: Are you pregnant? Are you vomiting all day long? Have other causes of vomiting besides pregnancy been ruled out? If the answer is yes to all 3, you have hyperemesis. Read more...

Iam diabetic with severe morning sickness and all day fatigue about one year or so. Need help.

Go see your doctor. You've labeled yourself a guy so i suspect your morning sickness isn't due to a prolonged pregnancy. You didn't mention your medications, some of which can cause nausea & fatigue. Poorly controlled dm can also cause fatigue, as can anemia & hypothyroidism. Best to go see your family doc for complete evaluation. Tell him/her what you've noted above. Good luck! Read more...