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I am 6 weeks along in my first pregnancy, and have been unsuccessful at reducing nausea. It's 24 hours a day and I also have Crohn's disease. I want to try Unisom in conjunction with B6 which has not been helpful on its own, but have a slight intolerance to antihystimines. My heart-rate increases and my pupils dialate, and I get nauseas when I take antihystimines for colds. Does this mean I will have a problem with Unisom?
Unisom contains Benadryl(diphenhydramine) which is an antihistamine, because it also has an anti-nausea effect and is also present in some cold medicines.