Vitamin b lollipops

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Avatar f tn Try to google home remedies I know theres a vitamin doc recommend to help with nausea its B something. Also they have lollipops for nausea. Try crackers I heard even cinnamon gum good.
Avatar f tn Try peppermint i know your a diabetic but it will help your sugars stay up. Help with nausea too. There are b vitamin lollipops i got from my dr that help you eat. Also try smoothies they are light and packed with vitamins. Good luck.
Avatar n tn But the eating frequently was the key for me. You can also take vitamin b6 2 or 3 times per day. Helps too. Hang in there!
Avatar f tn I had horrible morning sickness so I would never eat I lost weight in my last month of pregnancy in slowly gaining it back I herd eating salt crackers a few at a time with some water help or eat really small meals that way you don't over load your stomach or try drinking juice with all the vitamin you need for your baby so that way at least Ur baby we'll get some food
689528 tn?1364135841 I haven't experienced morning sickness yet. (Fingers crossed I don't) At times I'll get like a hot spell and maybe feel a little nauseated but it never lasts longer than a minute. Anyway...was wondering if everyone takes extra vitamin B?! It's supposed to help and while TTC I started taking B50 complex and I am still continuing it. I think this may be why I don't feel sick.....LOL I'll keep ya updated though cuz I'll just be 5 weeks tomorrow!!
Avatar f tn s most likely Vitamin B12, she would probably need injections. Her Vitamin D and magnesium may need to be raised as well.
1541869 tn?1293121159 Just recently, companies have started to incorporate therapeutic doses of Vitamin B6 into their products to help you cure your morning sickness. One is B-Natal TheraPops are cherry flavored lollipops which have been shown to help cure morning sickness for many women. Another Vitamin B-6 enriched product is called Morning Sickness Magic. Morning Sickness Magic is a herbal remedy containing Ginger, Vitamin B-6, Red Raspberry Leaf and Folic Acid.
Avatar f tn Hi, I have the same spitting condition, have it with every pregnancy, it accompanies my hyperemesis gravidarum (severe morning sickness, mine controlled with Zofran dissolvable pill & Phernergan). I know it's disgusting, quite yucky. What helps me is chewing gum, I also have these sour hard candy I got from Motherhood Maternity, & those B-natal lollipops. I'm starting on the pepermint candy canes too, helps with the extra salivation. Hope this helps.
Avatar f tn Small meals. Ginger tea. Very plain stuff! Welcome to pregnancy lol so happy I don't have morning "all day" sickness anymore! Try Prego pops!! Nausea lollipops for pregnant women! I found them at babies r us!
Avatar f tn I drank tons of water ate before my prenatal vitamin and bought lots of Ginger ale and Ginger lollipops. eating crackers just made it worse for me.
Avatar f tn It's old but usually works. Saltine crackers or dry toast , ginger candy and B12 lollipops.
Avatar f tn Ok so I have seen a lot of women that swear by preggie pops. I was looking online as to where sells them. but upon looking at each stores site they all say not sold in stores and to order them online. Are there any stores that actually sell them in store??
Avatar f tn I've heard that vitamin b6 helps. It didn't for me, but nothing helped me lol. Also just really bland foods in small portions. But pretty much everything has to be prescribed I think.
Avatar n tn Try small snacks just a lot more and there are b 12 lollipops you can get to help as well. Or the old stand by peppermint. The say sucking on peppermint helps too.
Avatar f tn A co-worker told me she got these lollipops from babies r us that are supposed to help with morning sickness. Has anyone ever used them? & if so, do they work??
Avatar f tn re supposed to help settle your stomach. Keep some with u. You can try chewing gum or sucking mints also they sell these lollipops called preggie pops u can try. If it's not helping tho ur dr can prescribe you something thatll help. Remember stay very hydrated it's super easy to dehydrate during pregnancy and u can end up in the hospital needing ivs.
14869466 tn?1447439017 I couldn't hold anything down. I lost 23 pounds! Vitamin b6, unisom, eating crackers, ginger, drinking small sips of water/gatorade, ginger ale, taking nausea pills, sea sickness band, NOTHING helped. I almost had to go to the ER 3 times because I hadn't been able to keep anything down for 24 hours. Every little thing made me sick. Eventually someone on this website told me to chew on ice. BOOM.
871965 tn?1241833146 One thing that helped my morning sickness was when I started taking my prenatal vitamin at night right before I went to bed. That really helped alot.
382273 tn?1206529485 How much B 12 should you take?? The pills that I have are 250mcg. I was told to take these to improve on my lack of energy.
Avatar f tn I took vitamin B-6 daily to help prevent it and took Emetrol for my nausea. Yeah I still got it but that Emetrol was a LIFE saver. They give it to infants so it's completely safe. :) idk how much help it would be since Zofran is for severe nausea, right? But worth a try lol. I hope all goes well. I'd be scared after hearing of birth defects too!
366581 tn?1207590159 Is vitamin B-50 o-kay to take when trying to conceive? I've been taking them and just thought (now) maybe its not a good thing to do. Is there something else I should be taking? I'm just taking them because normaly I feel tired and sluggish all day and these seem to keep lifted and not so tired feeling. I think I'm just in the winter woe's these days. Crabby, moody, and no sex drive. Its hard when trying to conceive and having NO sex drive lately.
Avatar f tn a vitamin b def will cause all your symptoms. I have a vit b-12 def and I get shots once a month. You can follow up with a blood specialist, and see what he says. I also have a pos ANA test, but I have some auto immune diseases that run in the family so that would make my test come out pos even tho I show no symptoms of anything.
Avatar f tn Not a horrible thing, but if heterozygous can cause a problem with homocysteine levels b/c your body cannot absorb Vitamin B and Folic Acid. As they cannot really find an underlying cause for you, I would suggest researching this or asking them to do a simple blood test. Most people never know thay have it as about 50% of caucasians in the US have some variant of the mutation, few feel any symptoms of it, but this could be an underlying cause for you.