I am currently 11 weeks and i have been diagnosed with SEVERE morning sickness..that has put me in the hospital and left me very dehydrated. They have out a picc line in me and i recieve IVs twice a day for 8 hours on top of all the nausea medicine that is considered safe for pregnant women. Is there anyone else going through this?? Can anyone give me any kind of advice?? I am in desperate need of someone to help me??
I am 9 weeks along in my pregnancy, and at my visit with my doctor i found out that my blood test came back that i have an over active thyroid. He said this is very common in pregnancies..which i never had with my first one. Is there anyone else out there who has had this problem or still does? And is the medicine safe for the baby? DESPERATE NEED OF Reassurance!View Thread
yes i have aquestion, i have severe morning sickness and my doctor has prescribed a generic " zofran" I am also only 6 weeks..is this safe for the baby? Should i ask him a more natural remedy?View Thread
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