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My doctor had given me zofran because I been having morning sickness and someday I will have very bad nausea and vomiting where I couldnt even keep anything down not even liquids and the sickness didnt even clam down a bit and im now 19weeks
I.read that if you can keep something in your tummy your stomach has something to digest and it wont get free time to make you sick :/ so i kept nibbling on mini.marshmellows even if I didnt feel like snacking it seemed to.help
Homemade lemonaide , salt & vinager chips, helped me a lot. I also used the b6 & unisom before bed its safe your entire pregnancy. I got a script for Zofran also cause sometimes I couldn't even get out of bed I was so nasuated. I had one week all I could eat was blueberry scones, the owner of the local Starbucks actually started giving them to me for free cause I was I there 2-4x a day
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