I took the generic form of Zofran last time I was pregnant, and it did help. I had HORRIBLY bad nausea, and it gave me some relief. I hope this helps. Sorry to hear you're having a tough time, but my nurse always reminds me with a smile that morning sickness is a good sign. Take care.
Sorry you are feeling bad! I live by them, I also take the generic form of Zofran, its called Ondansetron (4mg)...I swear by them!! I am 20 weeks as of today and still have to take one almost everyday.
I have a suggestion...I keep a bottle of water by the bed, I take the pills before I get out of the bed and lay there for about ten - fifteen minutes afterwards...it has helped me a great deal! good luck!!
I had a lot of trouble during the first trimester of my pregnancy with nausea. I was prescribed something to help with the nausea, but in my experience it did not help. Although I know plenty of people who have had positive results.
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