Can you take zofran and phenergan together

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I had the phenergan that you rub on your wrist and it didn't work. Can they give the pill for while pregnant?
I would call again (not billing they haven't the slightest) and tell them you can not take Phenergan (umm if you had been to Mayo or CC you couldnt and they are pretty knowledgeable so it's not really a lie is it?) and that at one time you had been given it on a local ambulance and need to know if they carry alternatives and what since you have a list of meds you are supposed to avoid that won't fit on a medic alert tag....
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Good, I'm glad to hear you got that nausea under control, that can be a very terrible thing! Hopefully you can get off all the meds together soon which I'm sure you will be able to do. Have a wonderful and happy and healthy 9 months!!!!
I take zofran and phenergan ... Not together but I have to switch because they each have undesirable side effects like severe constipation with zofran and horrible tired drowsiness from phenergan....seabands , lemons, crackers, sprite, ginger ale never did anything for me.... Sometimes carbonated drinks made it worse.... I find if I eat what I crave , and eat slowly not overrating usually I'm okay.
You are so young and have an amazing life ahead of you! This won't be easy but you can do it. You can have feelings back. You can enjoy the simplicity of everyday things again. Keep posting here and find some support in real life. What about your parents? Are they able to help? If you go to NA/AA, you will find support there. You can get a sponsor and they will help you through this.
Other than unisom you can take benadryl or any of a number of antinausea meds you can take 1/2 of one and see if it helps you sleep and if it doesn't you can try 1 as long as your dr ok's it. talk to your dr about phenergan for nausea. You can also get phenergan suppositories if you can't physically keep the med down. B6 never worked for me, if you can't take your vitamins try flinstones gummies, they're better than nothing.
From me, a non-medical person, who has recently dealt with a situation somewhat similar to yours, it is natural for your head to spin at first, Then I found, and you will find I'm sure, that your surgeon and oncologist will be suggesting the best possible course for you. Take someone with you to these appts if you can,and have questions ready if you can. I read Dr. Susan Love's Breast Cancer book. It has a lot of information in it.
At the bottom is Side Effects Help and a link to mayo clinic that has all the info you all listed and so much more. Please take a look at it and let me know if you think it is inclusive enough for nausea. I found it very thourough. Somehow we need to get the regulars on here to look at the HealthPages more so you all can tell others what is on there. Most of you know that on the Gemzar I was in the hospital 8 times between Christmas and the middle of February.
thank you so much! Can you take the 5HTP, L-taurine, Valerian root, and L-theanine at the same time? it seems like an overload, so if I had to pick and choose which ones to take, which would you guys recommend? Sorry again I know i"m bein a pain but since we ARE getting our new house, I have a limited amount of $$ to spend on this (hoping to spend $50 or less - I know that's probably unrealistic, lol) so I would like to know which ones are the most effective..alone or in conjunction.
Do you know if you were clear at week 4? I hope your doc can give you some answers. If not, and you cleared early on, things sound pretty serious, and if I were in your shoes I might consider skipping the last shot. It does sound like your platelets might be pretty low. I hope things start looking up real soon. Keep us posted on your doc. appt. I bet it can't get here soon enough for you. Thinking of you!
the anti-nausea medications like zofran, reglan, and phenergan never worked for me. The only thing that's really helped is hard candy, peppermint tea, and dry dry bread(crackers, toast).
Phenergan is used to treat allergy symptoms such as itching, runny nose, sneezing, itchy or watery eyes, hives, and itchy skin rashes. Phenergan also prevents motion sickness, and treats nausea and vomiting or pain after surgery. It is also used as a sedative or sleep aid. Phenergan may also be used for other purposes not listed in this medication guide. Emetrol Solution is used for: Treating nausea and vomiting. Emetrol Solution is an antiemetic combination.
Nausea and vomiting are two vague symptoms that can be caused by many illnesses and conditions. How you respond to and treat them depends on what's causing them. For example, if your nausea is the result of a migraine, treating the migraine (with medication, a cold compress, rest, quiet, and darkness) will also help with the nausea and vomiting.
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If you do the endoscopy and colonoscopy together and something goes wrong after you are discharged than you complicate the emergency surgery. My husband had both done and started vomiting blood at home. He had to have energency surgery, but because he had had both proceedures done that morning the surgen had to predict where he was bleeding from. The result was an insision from his chest to his groin.
Meme-you and your babies are in my thoughts and prayers. Everything will be good.
I'm constatly watching the clock for every four hours...then I can inject phenergan and feel better for...maybe a hour. I use the zofran from time to time, but I don't like it as much. The other one they gave you was probably Reglan..that one sucks too. I'd ask for some phenergan next time I saw the doctor...they give that to the chemo patients...it works unlike the other wimpy ones they gave you.
OK this is what my doc has me on medication wise for nausea and vomiting, Zofran, phenergan, and reglan, I take 4 mg of zofran, up to 50 mg of phenergan, and 25 mg of reglan . I have been told that I can take all 3 at once but I am uncertain of the risk to my baby and myself. All of this is to control my nausea and vomiting, has anyone else been given this much and told to take it at one time? Just curious.
OK.ariley13 hit most of it for you..You can get Support & lots of Encouragement from this site..Also if you surf around here you will find a lot more community's too!! Also we have the PM which is private mail that you can reach out..You will find a good buddy or 2-3 or more in time..we are here for you..Also maybe try some AA/NA for support too..This journey was not meant to walked alone..OK You are heading into the right direction and you will forever like it!!
My little man still does that to me lol. You can get preggie pop drops from Motherhood and I believe walmart and babies r us.
A lot of times, it's recommended for a person to resume the Paxil, and then continue the tapering process. In order to minimize the symptoms, it CAN take a while, months even, but that's okay. There's no hurry. You will get off of it, but IMO, better to do it cautiously and slowly, the recommended way, versus trying to "suffer through w/d symptoms". You'll feel better in the long run, most likely.
Remember that Phenergan is available as a suppository if you can’t hold it down, and Zofran can be obtained in solutab form, so it melts in your mouth, not in your hand :o). Don’t wait to speak with your doctor about this… don’t suffer any longer than necessary. This can often be resolved, and no point in dragging it out.
I have also found even mild forms of exhertion can send me into a spell of nausea and dizziness. I have been perscribed phenergan and zofran to help treat my symptoms. They used to help about 60% of the time but now I have break through nausea sometimes even when I have taken them both. Transderm scope seems to help occasionally to but I have a site reaction to the adhesive in the patch. I have radically changed my diet and lifestyle to try to help my body heal.
Eat what you can, and try to keep yourself as hydrated as possible. You could PM me if you want to know anything else.
I have been diagnosed with hyperemesis with this pregnancy...and I am on Protonix, Reglan, Phenergan and Zofran for nausea/vomiting....and can basically only keep down liquids right now. With my daughter I had a subchorionic uterine hemorrage and was also diagnosed with low progesterone. I was on progesterone suppositories (I am on these as well with this pregnancy) and was also on bed rest for 8 months out of the 9.
And, if you are non-stop puking and not keeping down food, you can progress to hyperemesis gravidarum and end up hospitalized on IV fluids (happened to me.) Let your doc help you get it under control. Best wishes and I hope you start feeling better soon.
As for the goose bump thing, I've never had it but I have read comments about it on here, don't remember who started those threads though, might have been you lol! Search on here because I KNOW I've read about this before and you aren't the only one to have this.
have no one else that can understand them as well as the people on this forum so please do not think that it will happen to you. You just have to take it one day and a time and you will get through.
My plan was also to try and taper down, and eventually quit all together. I take three a day, and to try and taper down to two is killing me. I just cant seem to get down to two, let alone one. I have to go through some kind of W/D through the day if I want to get down to two. Is that Ok? how long should I go through the W/Ds in the day to not take that third pill? I also have my orignal pain that goes along with the W/D pain, what do I do with that?
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