Hi ladies, I am 12 weeks on Tuesday and my morning sickness has gone from just feeling sick from the past two weeks to now being super sick. I mean I can't even hold down toast or water. I keep reading this is supposed to stop by weeks 12-14 however mine just started to be so bad. Is anyone else having the same thing? I live in canada, does anyone know of anything like medication the doctors and prescribe to help reduce the sickness. I don't want to sound like a complainer I just really don't want my work to find out yet.
Yes you can ask your doctor to prescribe you Zofran. It comes a a tiny pill kind of like the size of birth control. My girlfriend was given those. I am 13 weeks Monday and fortuntely didn't have to get them. Good luck and ask your doctor or midwife. :-)
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