It would be best if you go to see your doctor or obgyn about this -- especially if you are throwing up blood. You need to get to the bottom of what is causing this. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
This article says that waiting at least a week after a missed period may give you the most accurate result as will taking the test first thing in the morning, when your urine is more concentrated. If you still have not gotten your period, I would suggest taking another test. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
Here is an article that describes common pregnancy pains and what you can do about them. It says that "sharp, shooting pains on either side of your stomach may result from the stretching tissue supporting your growing uterus." It's also possible that you are experiencing Braxton-Hicks contractions, where the uterine muscles contract (tighten) starting as early as the second trimester of pregnancy on.
It would still be a good idea to visit your doctor just to make sure that what you are experiencing is normal and to ease your mind. Please let us know how you are doing! View Thread
Itching, rash, and hives are listed as side effects of Zofran (here is the full list that we have ), but I'm not sure if these directly match what you are experiencing. If you are still experiencing these symptoms, I would speak with your doctor to see if they are related and what can be done to stop them.View Thread
When pregnant, you are more prone to back strain because pregnancy hormones soften your ligaments and joints. You will want to make sure that you are lifting in proper form to lessen chances of strain on your back. However, you should speak with your doctor to make sure that you are not putting yourself or your baby at risk by continuing to work, and he/she may also be able to give you advice on when you should look for a job where you won't be on your feet all the time. Your health is very important so if you are feeling exhausted and your work is taking a toll on your body, it may be time to consider looking for another job soon. Please let us know how you are doing!
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