Post # 16
I’m not pregnant (going through infertility treatments for nearly a year) but I just wanted to give you a slight caution against Zofran, a common anti-nausea drug. One of the more common side effects (which I’ve experienced to the extreme) is severe anxiety and sycope. I don’t know the prevalence, but even amongst my (small) friend group, quite a few of us have had adverse reactions.
Post # 17
Zofran literally saved my life and made a night & day difference. I too was nearly dying from morning sickness until I got it! Go talk to your doc about it, there should be no issue prescribing
ETA: I’ve never experienced (or heard of) any side effects with this, so if there are any, it might be a depends-on-the-person situation
Post # 18
Thanks to everyone for your responses! I ended up going to the Dr and he has put me on maxalon, so far it has helped a little but im still feeling like crap.
Unfortunatley however I am now dealing with an even worse issue. I had some blood work come back saying that my thyroid is overactive so I ended up having to go and see an endocronologist and will go back next week for more blood work. Right now the levels are not severe enough to need to intervene so fingers crossed that I dont end up having to go on thyroid meds as they can be risky.
I was really hoping for an easier pregnancy pregnancy, but oh well hopefully it all goes ok in the end, and this baby better be extra cute
Post # 19
sugarcloud : that sucks!
I have no experience with thyroid issue in pregnancy, so no advice but wishing you the best!
Post # 20
Shesaidyes : Thank you, this whole thing has really cuaght me off guard, but I guess the upside is I picked up on it early so hopefully it will be ok