For me the Zofran didn't work at all. I was taking 8mg and still puked all the time. I had to switch to phenergan which does make me very groggy but it does keep me from throwing up. I only take it occasionally now. Hopefully you will find something that will work for you.
I started wearing maternity clothes at like 8 or 9 weeks! I probably could have stuffed myself into my regular clothes but I was already feeling soooo terrible I didn't need to feel uncomfortable on top of it.
Try to enjoy everything you can, you are right, you have earned it View Thread
I was sick up until 18-19 weeks. I kept losing weight but I have made up for it since I've been feeling better. From my experience there really wasn't anything I could do to make it any better except to make sure my stomach was never empty. Other than that I eventually got a prescription for phenergan. Initially I took zofran but that didn't help me at all, I kept vomiting.
Either way I know how you feel and how horrible it is. A lot of people get relief around 12 weeks or so. Good luck!View Thread
I had a hospital tour scheduled when I was pregnant with my son but ended up delivering him 5 weeks early (before my appointment). This time I will be delivering at a different hospital and my SIL delivered there in December. I don't really feel it's necessary for me to do a tour because I pretty much saw everything when I was there with her, plus your nurse will tell you everything you need to know.
It is something to look forward to though. Enjoy!!!View Thread
So I am planning on breastfeeding my twins but I will admit I am pretty worried about it. I did not breast feed my son so I will be new at this. I am worried I won't be able to do it or with two it will just be too overwhelming! I'm looking for some suggestions from people who have breastfed. HELP!!!View Thread