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The Motherisk Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy (NVP) ForumMotherisk receives questions from around the world about morning sickness symptoms, effects, treatments and ways to cope. Those questions and answers are posted here for anyone to read, provided the reader acknowledges and accepts the proviso and disclaimer below.
I have been on diclectin since about 8 weeks into my pregnancy. I am now 28 weeks along and have been unable to stop taking the prescription due to reoccuring vomiting. I have just failed my gestational diabetes test and am wondering if the diclectin could possibly be effecting my blood gloucose levels?
For most women, NVP does subside by the end of the first trimester. However, for a number of women it can continue throughout the pregnancy, even up to the time of delivery. Diclectin has been shown safe when taken as directed, any time in pregnancy.