(Closed) Morning sickness/nausea – anyone on Diclectin?

posted 4 years ago in Pregnancy
Post # 3
1401 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

I’ve been on Zofran my entire pregnancy (I’m 33 weeks). It’s worked pretty well. Even if it doesn’t get rid of the nausea all the way it keeps me from puking. I have to take a stool softener with it though cuz it makes me constipated. Try talking to your doc about how you’re feeling.

Post # 4
9057 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2010

I took Diclectin for quite a while.  It does have an antihistamine in it, so it’s normal to be a little drowsy, especially with your night time does (I was 1 pill twice a day and 2 at bedtime).  The drowsiness went away after a couple days.

Post # 5
2107 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

I was on it last year (luckily only once a day) and I was super drowsy at first. It did pass, but I almost felt like I had to wean myself off of it when my first trimester was finished. I tried a couple of times, and both times, I was very sick – almost worse than the morning sickness I was prescribed the pill for in the first place! This lasted a couple of days, and then I was fine the rest of my pregnancy.

Post # 6
205 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

@hopestruck:  I’m so sorry to hear you’re having trouble with morning sickness/nausea 🙁 I hope you feel better soon. I had it pretty bad in the first trimester, but by week 13 (I’m 17w3d now) it was totally gone. I was at the point where I almost asked my doctor for medication for it, but then it got better before I could even ask. My friends/family told me to try crackers, ginger, etc. but the one thing I found that really helped was sour candies. Lemonheads and sour patch kids really helped. Also, the scent of lemon helped if I cut a lemon and just sniffed it as I started feeling the nausea coming on. It certainly doesn’t work for all, but it worked for me! I hope you have the same results!!! Good luck and feel better!

Post # 7
1949 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

I took diclectin from 8-18 weeks, and it ill make you a little tired, but so will th first trimester in general. I was taking 4 pills a day, and I needed them in order to not be sick. I wouldn’t alter the dose, because if you get sick again, it might be hard to get it to stay down and then it’s a vicious cycle of being sick all over again!

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