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Old Jun 25th, 2018, 14:43 PM   1
ANL25
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Extreme Nausea Remedies?


I am 7 weeks tomorrow. I have been so extremely nauseous for exactly one week. I work full time and I have two boys. Iím finding it so difficult to even get through my 9 hour work day. Thank goodness I have an amazing supportive hubby. Someone help me get out of bed and feel better, please! Iím currently on a progesterone suppository so Iím not sure if that has anything to do with it. Iím just wondering if you know of something that helped you so I could give it a try. At this point Iím going to try anything!



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Old Jun 25th, 2018, 15:00 PM   2
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I am 7 weeks tomorrow. I have been so extremely nauseous for exactly one week. I work full time and I have two boys. I’m finding it so difficult to even get through my 9 hour work day. Thank goodness I have an amazing supportive hubby. Someone help me get out of bed and feel better, please! I’m currently on a progesterone suppository so I’m not sure if that has anything to do with it. I’m just wondering if you know of something that helped you so I could give it a try. At this point I’m going to try anything!
Lemonade to drink, sea bands on your wrists. Some like ginger ale.

I was also prescribed diclegis, although it makes you more tired, because it is basically Unisom sleep aid combined with vitamin B6. I take 2 diclegis at night and I haven’t thrown up since. I can’t function if I take it during the day.



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Old Jun 25th, 2018, 16:09 PM   3
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Ginger had always helped me immensely, salty gummies have helped other ladies, bland crackers to nibble. I found my nausea was a lot less if I kept eating small things but regularly, like a slice of cheese and a few crackers or apple and peanut butter. Hope you get some relief soon! Mine peaked around 8 or 9 weeks.



 
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Old Jun 25th, 2018, 16:30 PM   4
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When I was pregnant with DS, I should've bought stock in Preggie Pop Drops because I went through so many containers of them! They worked great for my nausea.

This pregnancy has been absolutely miserable, and I'm so nauseous that I can't even bear the Preggie Pop Drops. I tried a few different kinds of sour candies without any luck. Ginger gives me heartburn, lemon-lime soda is just too sweet, and really there's just been no winning. With DS, by this point in my pregnancy, I'd gained 7 pounds. This time around, I've lost 3 pounds. My best solution has just been to indulge my cravings and aversions and just eat whatever I can keep down at the moment. It's not ideal, but it's better than spending all day puking my guts out.



 
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Old Jun 26th, 2018, 11:33 AM   5
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Thank you all! I’m not sure when I’ll see the light but I’m hoping soon. I had to leave work early yesterday I just couldn’t be at work anymore. This morning my doctors office called me back and they are prescribing Bonjesta? I believe that’s what it’s called. I’m hoping that gives me some relief!! Anything has to be better than what I’ve been feeling for the past week!



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Old Jun 26th, 2018, 13:46 PM   6
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My doc offered to write me a prescription for my nausea, but I declined.

I hope that your new medication works well for you and that you're able to get back to work.



 
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Old Jun 26th, 2018, 15:13 PM   7
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For me I'm finding that mint things work. Like Altoids or LifeSavers.

Also my Dr suggested taking 25mg of B6 three times a day, and taking Unisom once a day too.



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Old Jul 2nd, 2018, 11:41 AM   8
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I have been eating grapes and that helps me to some extent. Atleast I am able to pretend like things are normal at work. My nausea is just beginning to escalate. I am 6wk 2days today



 
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Old Jul 2nd, 2018, 14:17 PM   9
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Oh man, mint only makes it worse for me!

I bought a b-complex supplement to see if that would help. It seems to boost my energy a little bit, but doesn't have any noticeable effect on the nausea.



 
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Old Jul 4th, 2018, 19:56 PM   10
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When does it start getting better? Itís literally all day of every day. Itís just so much! I know Iím the end itíll be worth it but itís taking a huge toll on me! Iíve stopped taking the medicine since it hasnít helped at all!



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