Hey guys I am 8DPO and have been feeling a few different symptoms that im sure are likley in my head but I did BD the day before and the day after Ovulation so I feel like I have more of a chance this month then the last since I was calculating O wrong.
I have been feeling very nautious for the last 2 days and im not sure if it could be symtoms or if ive managed to come down with the flu. I googled to see if it was ok to take gravol when pregnant and found mixed messages some said yes its ok and others said its not ok in first trimester... so i want to take a better safe the sorry approach but just wondered if any of you ladies have been told by drs if its ok or not?
I"m the same as you - last cycle, was feeling diff symptoms and googled gravol only to find mixed messages. But I found more posts saying that it was OK to take it, as opposed to not taking it. I did end up popping a couple... which I guess didnt really matter as I got a
Sorry I cant be of much help - but all the best for your upcoming test date
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