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... My doctor told me not to take anything but tylenol or Gravol. (He said the gravol is okay now because I'm 10 weeks) I was deathly sick last week, and I went to the pharmacy, and asked them what I could take, and they said nothing.. not even herbal things, because there is no proof that it wont do harm to the baby. I guess everyone has different oppinions, but apparently... (5 replies)
... and Maximum Strength Unisom Sleepgels, which contains diphenhydramine hydrochloride one is safe to take when pregnant the other is not. ... (6 replies)
... While they don't for obvious reason's test on pregnant human females, testing on pregnant animals suggested possible association with cardiovascular defects and inguinal hernia in 1st trimester exposure. ... (6 replies)

... Could someone tell me how dangerous it is to take gravol during pregnancy, as i have been taking them for a few days now, I have been really sick and it is the only thing that has worked for me. I am 9 weeks pregnant. ... (6 replies)
... Congratulations agentbluesmurf! And welcome to the board. Here in Canada, you can ask the pharmacist for prenatal vitamins and from what I've found is that they are usually cheaper than the ones that you buy off the shelf. I don't know much about the gravol, and would definitely ask your doctor what you can take that will be safe. There are pills that they can give... (10 replies)
... I noticed you live in Canada. I have read that Gravol should only be used occasionally, not as a daily remedy for morning sickness. ... (10 replies)
... otions right now . I wasnt going to keep it at fisrt, but the more people who found out, the more support im gettin now. BUT I think im gonna keep it now. being pregnant just feels right for me . im gettin used to the fact that im gonna be a mom in 9 months so with that said , i hae a lot of questions. ... (10 replies)
... ic disorder. Not fun at all. Ive had it for.. 11 years now.. maybe 12. I'm sure you like most anxiety sufferer's have anxiety due to stress, and lord knows being pregnant can be so so stressful. ... (3 replies)
... little less then a year. It is very hard to get a doctor for new comers like myself. I finally got a family doctor after being here about 6months. I'm 12.5 weeks pregnant and have been going to my family doctor. She's a very nice woman and I don't mind going to her, however Im wondering if I would be better off going to an O.B.? ... (2 replies)
... controlled studies done on pregnant women. ... (4 replies)
... I've never been on medication nor do I ever want to rely on taking something daily. I've been managing on my own. However, on really bad days I'll usually take a gravol to help calm me down. This is very rare. ... (4 replies)
... You could also ask your doctor to give you Diclectin which is supposed to help with morning sickness, although it never helped me. I also took Gravol when it was really bad. ... (5 replies)
... I used Diclectin, which is a morning sickness pill, specifically designed for pregnant women, I found that even before I had this perscription I had to take my vitamins before bed so I'd be sleeping by the time they got into my system and I'd sleep through the chance of nausea. Flat ginger ale and dried ginger and lots of bland dry foods may help a bit too...I would definately... (5 replies)
... My wife is 7.5 weeks pregnant and she's sick constantly. ... (5 replies)
... Hi. I'm looking for any advice/encouragement. I am currently 12 weeks pregnant (my first) and have been recently diagnosed (2 weeks ago) with Labyrinthitis/Vestibular Neuritis. I have NO IDEA how I got this. Suddenly out of the blue (2 weeks ago) became very dizzy, couldn't stand up (vertigo) and my eyes were flickering like crazy (nystagmus). I vomitted about 25 times... (2 replies)




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