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Frustrated (hyperemesis))

im a 32 yr old mother of a 7 yr old and so desperatly want to have another baby. i've been pregnant now 4 times since my son and have had terminations due to hyperemesis/morning sickness. I've  tried everything under the sun,, preggo-pops, B6 vitamins, Taigon medication,, just everything im frustrated, upset and saddend that i had to end my pregnancies. People are not very understanding towards this situation, friends, family even Doctors. My doctors have been the most UNSYMPATHETIC>> towards me and the situation there response is your pregnant be happy with that, Please explain and tell me if there are other methods, or just something that can be done. Or is my body just to weak to be pregnant..

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242596 tn?1192425949

There is no magic pill for Hyperemesis gravidarum.  When really severe it can be incredibly debilitating and I've seen some terrible cases, so I understand your difficulties.  Beyond dietary measures and anti-emetic medication there is psychotherapy, and accupunture.  See what resources are in your area and you'll want to seek care at the largest academic medical center near you because that is where the toughest cases have probably been managed in the past.

Best regards,

Dr. Downing
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we are identical in every way with this situation i have had 4 terminations and also 1 son. to my understanding there is nothing really to be done about this situation if u happen to find out b4 i do can u plz tell me
525894 tn?1212634212
A related discussion, Second pregnancy...will I have hyperemesis again? was started.
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