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Hi Babs— There are a number of antiemetics that can be prescribed for nausea; Zofran, Reglan, Phenergan, things that are also used for cancer chemo. You could also try something like benadryl, I guess; I’m not sure ho effective it will be. Can you buy/smoke pot? Some folks swear by it, but of course, there are issues with that too. Good luck… I’d rather deal with pain all day than nausea; you have my utmost sympathy.
I am taking Zofran and it helps a lot for the morning sickness but i know it got so bad for me when I got put into the ER for being dehydrated.
Just walked it of for am hour and took an zofran. I feel better and now I'm just really tired:/..
I've been quite lucky this time and haven't had a lot of sickness but I'm told that mints, lemon or ginger is supposed to help.
Like straight up jojoba n olive oil. Benedryl gives the hangover. steroid cream in small doses. So when I try the Phenergan for my other se, nausea, it made me itch like mosquitos were biting me. So I made a little igloo all around me in the bed w/ the gel packs my rx is shipped in. Needless to say, it was hard getting up the last 3 days. I took Vistaril tonight. I hope it helps. Even tho they called in zofran? I'm not gonna need it tonight. SE are so unpredictable!
for gaging i had to take zofran..it worked great for me....i wish i had tried advill pm ..after tx i still couldn't sleep for the first couple weeks then i took the advill pm and had very little trouble..it was great!....
Hi, Last week I went out with my husband and I had vodka and red bull (I know, I know) and the next day I felt reaaally sick, just the usual hangover (headache, vomit, diarrhea, general discomfort). But it lasted more than 4 days, so on Tuesday I went to the ER where they told me I had gastritis. They put me on Zofran and pepcid ac, and my vomit and diarrhea stopped. Since last Tuesday I wake up shaking, very cold no matter how hot it is, I feel palpitations, nausea and lack of appetite.
It was like the worst hangover you have ever had non stop for three days. I felt drunk and I haven't drank in years lol please go if you haven't already.
Phenergan is an old drug and works very well for nausea and also for sleep...does have a hangover effect...so dont take too much til u know it well if you work...25 mg is a standard dose...I have some from a while back but have not taken it as have not had nausea....
They gave me Zofran for nausea. Sometimes it helped and sometimes it didn't. They tried me on reglan for nausea too and it helped with the nausea but after taking if for a few weeks caused severe anxiety! I would not recommend reglan! Most important is to keep pushing fluids. I discovered frozen icey's or popsicles stayed down better then anything else .. no clue why!
My ob put me on Zofran when I was 7 weeks, and it no longer works for me anymore. I still have really bad morning sickness, but at least I could eat before. Now I can't, it's like "food? What's that?
My doc prescribed Promethazine for the nausea. I don't really like it so I will ask about the Zofran. He said just to take Benedryl for the rash. I'm not thrilled with it, either and will ask about Hydroxyzine. A friend suggested Dramamine. Anyone have any luck with that?
Bhenneker: I have the all day all night 24/7 morning sickness too. I am taking zofran for it but can still barely eat. I've tried ginger vitamin b seasick bands rest and eating small bland meals. Nothing is doing the trick. Haven't been to work in a week and can barely leave my bed to get to the bathroom because I'm so weak. Have you found anything else that works? I hope you are feeling better, you are already to week 9 so hopefully this disappears soon for you. I'm 7.
She was on Compazine for the nausea and the ER doc took her off that and put her on Zofran and Ativan (1mg). For the first time in a long time, she got some decent sleep but the transplant coordinator was not happy the ER doc gave her the Ativan. This pain she has starts in her low to mid back on her right side, and shoots around the front side. It is not constant...it comes and goes. She said its not in the muscles. She said she can feel throbbing in her back when she urinates.
Well my husband is doing well with his treatment. He's not really experiencing any side effects that I can tell and he actually has alot of energy. Doc says this happens sometimes. 30 years of Hep C takes it toll to the point one doesn't know what normal is and sometimes people have more energy on treatment. But, and this is a big but, he throws up every night in the middle of the night. I just feel so bad for him.
Plus, it doesn't give me a hangover. Anything with Benedryl (diphenhydramine) doesn't work for me... Good luck and be careful!
Happy 2012. I thought I should update the spreadsheets for our treatment statisics. For those of you who don't know, I have been keeping a spreadsheet since the summer when the protease inhibitors hit the market. You can view them by clicking on my profile and viewing the pictures. For the most part this spreadsheet is people doing triple therapy, therefore all genotype 1s. However if you are in a trial or a different genotype I post that information too.
He's calling me in an antibiotic, decongestant and something for nauseau. He commented that I'd lost 2 lbs...DUH I haven't been eating and when I do it comes back. My BP was up just a hair at 140/79 and babies HB was 140. TODAY he makes the comment about the bumpy rides being a good idea and that I need to find a dirt road with a lot of bumps. WTF?!?!?! Friday he tells me not to. Then he tells me to come back on Friday which is my due date, but mentions that he is on call Thursday.
Hi Tramadol Warriors, Many people have come here for many years, giving support and getting support. Because I still believe that Tramadol is unique in it's ... terror and torture of humans, this thread continues. The people who can understand what you are going thru are the people who have kicked it and there's people here who come back to lend a hand. You also will never need an understanding ear as much. You can do it. You can quit. You do not need to be a slave to Tramadol.
The tricyclic antidepressants are the most effective of all of the antidepressants for preventing migraine, so nortriptyline was a good choice to start with but it does not work for everyone. Since your current preventative treatment plan is not working to control your migraines, I think you should talk to your doctor about trying a different type of preventative medication.
It seemed that the symptoms disappeared at one point and then returned a few months later (my titers went up again), leaving me extremely fatigued, myalgia, night sweats, nausea (still have that on occasion and take Zofran for it), paresthesia left leg and bilateral feet, weird sensations such as hip feeling dislocated or knee caps being pulled, sensory altercations ie: goosebumps unilaterally on anterior aspect of thigh and back of calf although Im not cold, but the limb feels that way?
Maybe deep down I know some of them won't be there for me the way I need them to and I just don't want to face it. Anyway, thanks for making me think. Good luck to you too.
Dosage Ribavirin 1000mg Considering that I have read that the sx of Riba can be agitating and might make it difficult for you to sleep, would it make sense to take it. Deb_c430 mentions on another thread, if I may quote, that if she takes her riba to late it does cause more agitation and sleeplessness. So I was thinking that it would be best to take it as early as 6 and to take the larger dose in the morning. 6 am 600mg 6 pm 400mg Any input appreciated.
I wish I was able to enjoy this a little more. I'm 6 weeks tomorrow. How far along are you? You must be excited for your first u/s. I go for my second on Wednesday. Last week when I went they just saw a sac. The RE said he should see more this week. Nausea sounds good...well not good but you know what I mean. I haven't really had any. Don't know where this headache came from but it is brutal. Good luck Thurs.
I stick with it because I remember how the T-train caused INCREASED pain all over my body, in places I never imagined I could have pain. I stick with it because I can remember what it was like to be in the FOG of TRAM, to walk into a room, and forget why I was there, I stick with it because I would rather not get killed on my motorcycle from being too fogged to care what I was doing.
SKIPPER, I am sorry to hear you have had a bout with food poisoning. I know how miserable that is. For future references may I suggest ZOFRAN. I am not sure if you are aware of this medication. If not it is a miracle drug for nausea/vomiting. When I was gong through detox I was vomiting CONSTANTLY and had horrific nausea. finally I went to ER and they gave me ZOFRAN through and IV Then I got a script for the pills. (I understand taking pills when vomiting is hard to keep it in.
You need to stop eating the fast food. You are making your problems worse by doing this. Have you tried Zofran for your nausea?
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