nausea meds??

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Re : nausea meds??

Postby rachelsmommy » Sun May 26, 638622 8:13 pm

Even the unbranded zofran cost me $40 for 9 pills and then it didn't even work! However, the doc then prescribed me phenegran and it worked really well for me. It did make me REALLY sleepy though...sometimes unexpectedly. So I wouldn't drive while on it.

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Re : nausea meds??

Postby kotokage » Mon May 13, 638622 11:55 pm

Vitamin B6 and Unisom help a lot. You could ask your OB if you can try them if you can't get your prescription meds.

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Re : nausea meds??

Postby heather j » Mon May 13, 638622 11:48 pm

Reglan for me, too. It did make me sleepy so it was rough with a 2 year old on the loose, but it worked. They can also prescribe phenergan (which didn't work as well and is a category C) in both pill and compound - you can rub it on your wrists instead of risking it coming back up - form. I was sick for 32 weeks with E. Blech.

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Postby hypergirl_trlee » Mon May 13, 638622 1:43 am

I took reglan when I was having really bad morning sickness. They had given it to my little preemie when she was in the nicu too. It really helped us both :))

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Postby coachswife14 » Fri May 03, 638622 7:00 pm

Definitely ask for the generic....I think it's Ondansetron or something like that. I only paid 10 dollars a RX with my insurance. Also, if this doesn't work, your doctor can get in contact with your insurance company to let them know this is medically necessary due to hyperemesis. I had to do that with Alex.

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Re : nausea meds??

Postby patty » Fri May 03, 638622 6:27 pm

There is a generic of Zofran now that is much cheaper maybe they will pay for that if not you could probably afford it out of pocket. I have also been given phenergan for morning sickness.

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Re : nausea meds??

Postby kara » Fri May 03, 638622 12:02 am

My docs wouldn't give anything to me because I wasn't actually throwing up. But nausea and food aversion so bad that I lost 15lbs. I've heard they'll prescribe Unisom to help with nausea, and you can get that over the counter...but make sure you clear it through your OB first.

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Re : nausea meds??

Postby milesymommy » Fri May 03, 638622 12:01 am

I can't believe they are giving you a hard time! But sorry, I don't know of anything else... I just would eat little bits all the time to keep the nausea away.

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nausea meds??

Postby dolphincrazy316 » Thu May 02, 638622 6:27 pm

I have been takiing Zofran for my morning or all day sickness. I had to call my dr to get it refilled about a week ago, and my insurance company is giving us a little trouble. Ever since I stopped taking it I have been really sick!! Does anyone know of any other medicine I could get that really works and I shouldn't have any problems getting??


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