Post # 31
OP – hope you feel better soon! I’m 14 weeks and still sick, so no happy story here, just commiserating. I haven’t thrown up in the last 1.5 weeks since I’ve gotten zofran, but I can eat only very limited foods and take my prenatal about once per week. I am so over being sick!
Post # 32
I felt the same way with prenatals so I took them after dinner (and still take my vitamins at night these days, way more convenient!) It really helped. I didn’t get to try preggie pop drops until after the worst of the nausea was over but they helped too.
Post # 33
Prettysmile40 : First pregnancy, into 5 months (so, around 20 week mark). I tried Diclegis, Zofran, and Benadryl — Benadryl worked best. Have you tried it? It’s worked the second time, too, though I have been much less sick this time around. FWIW, they say girls make you sick and that was true for me with #1; #2 is a boy and so far this pregnancy is amazingly easier. But I loooove having a daughter so the crappy 9 months was worth it. Hope you feel better soon!
Post # 34
alo530 : I understand. I haven’t thrown up so shouldn’t complain too much but my stomach constantly feels icky, I’m constipated and constantly bloated. ugh! I hope you feel better soon.
Post # 35
cbgmtx : I haven’t tried Benadryl. Does that help with morning sickness?
Post # 36
boogiewoogies : I have queasy pops and those seem to help some.